William Lee's geometric Adam concept, seen here small scale for the table top, can be tableware, used for lighting, as a table or on a grand scale as architecture reminiscent of a grand parasol for a public space.
Lee's continued exploration with geometry has led to a balancing of lines in structure from a 2D top view to 3D form.
Through scale, Lee's process allows the form to expand in functionality and context. On a bigger scale, placing a glass top (as above) allows it to be a structural coffee table, supported by three standing points.
And on a grander scale the Adam design displays its topographical footprint and architectural quality. From a ground perspective Adam transforms in dimensionality and is reminiscent of a grand parasol design for a public space.