Like the fluent dance rhythms of the same name, Cumbia tables and stools are designed to inspire a dynamic use of space. There’s no single way to apply these versatile pieces: as a single side table, grouped as a multi-level coffee table, or as an extra seat. Move Cumbia tables around, pair with a tuxedo sofa or pull up next to a desk. Cumbia frees you to arrange and rearrange a space as you choreograph activity throughout the day.
Chris Adamick designs environments, furniture, and products. He is principal of Chris Adamick Design LLC and is a partner at Big Production, an environmental graphic design studio. He has worked with leading brands including Gap, Haworth, Bernhardt Design, and Allsteel. His work has been exhibited internationally and received several prestigious design awards including the Architizer A+ Award, the Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum, the Best of Year Award from Interior Design Magazine, and recognition from the Type Directors Club of New York (TDC) and the Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD). In addition to holding design leadership roles with independent consultancies Pentagram and Rios Clementi Hale Studios, Chris has been an instructor at Art Center College of Design and has worked in-house with the iconic American clothing brand, Gap to lead the creation of new store environments.