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Since graduating with a degree in Product Design from Nottingham Trent, Adam has designed and worked for global brands such as Soho House, Heal's, Anthropologie, Restoration Hardware, Arhaus, Conran, Marks & Spencer and John Lewis. In 2016 he was awarded a coveted ‘Design Guild Mark’ by The Furniture Makers Company for his Ashworth Desk, designed for Conran and manufactured by Marks & Spencer.

Wherever Adam works he always bring an organised, business minded approach to every role, adapting to each brands identity and aesthetics whilst always delivering against sales targets and strategic goals. His designs and products have been featured in publications and magazines around the world, including Architectural Digest, Grazia, Elle Decor, Vogue, Living Etc, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, Ideal Home, House Beautiful, House & Garden, and Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms.


In 2017 he relocated to the United States to work for Anthropologie, taking charge of the design team for furniture, lighting and upholstery. After returning to the UK in 2019, he became Design Director for Soho House, a private members’ club based in London. Following a role as Head of Design for - an online furniture and homeware brand - Adam made the decision to focus solely on his own design studio, which he founded in 2017. Now he is designing and developing products for brands such as Arhaus, Pottery Barn, McGee & Co, Heal’s, Lulu & Georgia, The Conran Shop and Anthropologie.

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Adam's main aim as a designer is to limit the amount of ‘throw away’ products that are developed, to create new designs to inspire and influence another generation. Using references from functionalist Danish design of the mid-20th century, combined with modern details and manufacturing techniques, Adam always strives to produce timeless designs and products. He personally loves the care and finesse taken in all aspects of this design movement, from the beautiful furniture joints and materials, to the expert craftsmanship in the manufacture.

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