Chris Adamick, USA
Adamick received the A.I.A. 2 x 8 Scholarship for his Taschen Books retail space design. The project was later exhibited at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles and at Neocon West, and helped earn Adamick the Angelo Donghia Foundation award. Other projects included an exhibition design for a retrospective of the Situationist International, a hotel suite concept for the year 2050, and a series of mass-customizable products for Avery Denison. In 2005, Adamick worked as a designer with Studio Gaia in New York City for various hospitality and retail spaces, and in 2006, lived In Tokyo while working on the Pacific Rim project, a collaboration between Art Center College of Design, Tama University and sponsors such as Panasonic, Hitachi, Victor, and Axis Design Magazine.
A native of Los Angeles, Adamick is a dedicated musician and surfer. In 2007, Adamick founded his studio, chris adamick design, as a multi-disciplinary design studio focusing on creative concept development for product and environmental design. Additionally, Adamick is a designer with Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Los Angeles.