Delinear Inc. was founded in 1996 by San Francisco Bay Area native Chris Baisa, whose creative work spans textile, product and furniture design. Baisa’s Gridloc tables were sold at Design Within Reach, SFMOMA, and The Art Institute Chicago. His rug designs have been used in a variety of high-profile residential and commercial projects, from the homes of Tim Cook and Ron Howard to office and retail spaces for Apple and Rolling Stone.

Chris Baisa Portrait
Chris Baisa founder, designer and president of Delinear Inc.
The Layout sofa 1998. Prototype design developed for Herman Miller.
The Passage rug featured in the book Contemporary Rugs by Christopher Farr.
The Gridloc table featured in the article "flattened furniture" in the premier issue of Dwell magazine.
Gridloc Table
The Gridloc table collection 1997 for Pure Design. The first CNC cut table made from a single sheet of material. Interlocking with no screws, no glues. Sold at the Museum of Modern Art
The Passage rug named one of the 20 best designs of 2000 by Interior Design magazine.
The Moran dining set 2000 for Limn furniture company's 20th anniversary collection.
Feature story on Delinear "Material World" for UK based Modern Carpets and Textile magazine
Delinear custom "Apple" ombre rug in Apple stores world wide.
The Toledo light 1997 manufactured by Sea Scape lighting in three configurations.
The Smink tray 1999. Custom design edition in rolled stainless steel and cork Iined.
The Suspension coffee table 1996. Limited edition made of CNC cut MDF, stainless steel and glass.