Description from Lindsey Adelman Studio
Lindsey Adelman Studio is founded on collaboration and an openness to new ideas. Our collections are inherently modular and can be customized to fit any space, big or small.
For those curious to embark on a creative collaboration, we are continually inspired by custom inquiries and the opportunity to reconfigure elements from our Studio’s design canon into new and distinctive forms and palettes. Our design process includes ample communication regarding your particular needs, followed by custom drawings and CAD files, and each prompt calls for us to be agile in our design and problem-solving process. Exploring an unknown naturally means constantly pivoting and brainstorming as we evolve toward a finished product that you have helped inspire.
The inspiration for Branching Bubble, first created in 2006, was the brass swivel joints and elbows found in the industrial stores on lower Manhattan’s Canal Street. What would happen if you took those shapes and re-engineered them, creating something radical and unexpected? And what if you combined them with graceful, hand-blown glass globes, like those made by Michiko Sakano, a Brooklyn-based artist with an amazing eye who is steeped in traditional technique?