Glendon Good is best known for his work combining non-ferrous metals (primarily aluminum and copper) with other materials to create custom projects for architects, designers and inventors. The Italian architecture and design magazine, Abitare, calls his work, “art and technology perfectly combined.”
Much of his design work over the past two decades was marketed and sold under the “Abraxas” trademark. This includes a line of furniture ranging from bar stools to lounge chairs. His most popular product, the Poseidon screen won numerous awards, including Interior Design Magazine’s prestigious ROSCOE Award. The screen is also included as part of the Permanent Collection of Decorative Arts at the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Institution’s National Design Museum in New York. His work has also been shown at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Good’s work is widely commissioned by architects and designers. He is closely involved with all aspects of the process of creating custom made products, and he especially enjoys challenging projects that involve the integration of materials, design and purpose.