Introducing Allsteel Admix by Chris Adamick

To celebrate the launch of Admix, we’re revisiting our 2019 profile of designer Chris Adamick. Admix is a light-scale table system designed to seamlessly adapt to the evolving requirements of the office environment. With a range of iterations and configurations, this collection accommodates a variety of workspaces, designed with a diverse workforce in mind.

Aligned with Allsteel’s pillars of inclusive design, Admix challenges convention and looks to the future. It aims to create equity among the entire workforce, whether working in the office or remotely.

“The intent was to connect people,” notes Adamick. Traditional office settings are no longer suitable for the ways we work, adding that “conference tables can feel oversized.” With collaboration areas becoming the anchor of the new office, Admix empowers people to tailor spaces to their needs and helps foster a sense of belonging and ownership of the space.

Allsteel has established itself as a leader in inclusive design in the workplace. Designing with empathy for diversity encourages intentional considerations for how the environment is perceived and how individuals use and move through the space. When employees feel truly supported, they can innovate, be creative, and show their unique perspectives.

About the Designer

San Diego native Chris Adamick works out of Los Angeles and has collaborated with leading brands such as Allsteel, Martin Brattrud, and Bernhardt Design.

Exhibiting work internationally over the course of his career, he has received prestigious design awards including the Best of NeoCon Editors’ Choice Award, the Architizer A+ Award, and the Best of Year Award from Interior Design Magazine.

Adamick founded his own design studio in 2007, Chris Adamick Design, and has worked with the iconic clothing brand Gap, leading the design process in creating new store environments.

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