Designer Brian Graham conceived of the Jetty table as a way to consolidate multiple pieces into a unified form that supplies maximum functionality in a small footprint. Jetty can be used as a personal side table, a shared table or an island fitted with built-in electrics that keep users connected and charged. Jetty’s singular form is available in sixteen solid surface colors.
Brian Graham received a BFA in Interior Architectural Design at California State University, Long Beach, where he also served as Adjunct Professor. In 1999, Mr. Graham established the Graham Design Studio in San Francisco to offer a strategic approach to the design, development and marketing of furniture and related products for the contract market. The American Institute of Architects (AIA), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) have all recognized the exceptional quality of Graham’s work. Perhaps best known for elegant case goods and office furniture, he has designed several collections for Martin Brattrud: Bandon, Braemar Collection, Cotswold, Dominique, Earl, Greystone, Homestead, Keating, Knightswood Collection, Raymond, Reveal Collection, and Wynand.