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Whether we appreciated it or not, the pandemic was a time of pause. For most people, forced isolation was a struggle, one that brought on feelings of confusion and futility. Many creative types, however, embraced it as an opportunity to do what they do best — devise solutions to problems the majority of us were unaware even existed.

Chris Adamick is one such creative. The California industrial designer with a fine arts background was tapped by Corral, a West Coast furniture-maker that emphasizes quality craftsmanship, functionality and ingenuity, to take part in a design charrette addressing the uncertainty of what the future held — specifically, what should we find when we go back to the office?

Adamick established his...

Corral’s Constellation Table Addresses Today’s Office Needs

A standing-height
design does away
with the hierarchical
head-of-table set-up to give each worker their own distinct zone.

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