The AG tables explore the relationship between shapes in the wire frame that move from a square to circle in a single bend. The three sizes, each available in timber or marble top, nestle together to create a dynamic display surface.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Adam Goodrum is a Sydney-based designer working across mass-produced, limited edition and one-off pieces. He has won numerous design awards and has designed for brands including Cappellini (Italy), Norman Copenhagen (Denmark), Tait (Australia), Cult (Australia), and Dessein (Australia).
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Handmade in Australia.
Timber Veneer on Plywood
Marble on Composite Substrate
Adam Goodrum is a Sydney-based designer working
on innovative, mass-produced products, design commissions, and limited edition and one-off furniture.
A graduate of the University of Technology, Sydney, Goodrum was selected as the Sydney Morning Herald Young Designer of the Year in 1997 and has won numerous awards since including the National Gallery
of Victoria’s prestigious Rigg Design Prize in 2015. Combining self-initiated projects with commissions for Australian and European clients, Goodrum has worked on products and furniture for brands including Cappellini (Italy), Norman Copenhagen (Denmark), Veuve Clicquot (France), Tait (Australia), Cult (Australia), One/third (Australia) and Dessein (Australia). Exhibiting nationally and internationally, Goodrum’s work has appeared at the Milan Triennale, Milan, the Design Museum, London, Galerie Gosserez, Paris and Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2014). His work is held in
the permanent collection of the Design Museum, Ghent, Belgium; Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA; and Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, Italy. Goodrum is a founding member of the Australian limited-edition design brand Broached Commissions, and lectures in the industrial design program at the University of Technology, Sydney.