Branden Adams is a versatile designer and artisan working primarily in metal and wood. His refined, sophisticated aesthetic combines with immaculate craftsmanship to create modern classics.
His design eye and appreciation for making came early. The son of a builder father and a portrait photographer/antique collector mother, he studied landscape architecture at Penn State, then gained a degree in sculpture at Ithaca College. Post-college, he studied sculpture in Italy then received a master’s in landscape architecture from UC Berkeley’s School of Environmental Design.
It was there that he began to immerse himself in the metal and woodworking, working on private residential and hospitality commissions. His work has been featured at San Francisco's Museum of Craft and Design. He also frequently collaborates on projects with his wife Jennifer Ivanovich, a landscape architect.