Adam Nathaniel Furman



Adam Nathaniel Furman is an artist & designer of Argentine and Japanese heritage based in London. Adam trained in Architecture and Fine Art, continuing to work in those areas, as well as creating products, interiors, writing and teaching. Adam’s work has been exhibited in London, Paris, New York, Milan, Rome, Eindhoven, Minneapolis, Portland, Kortrijk, Tel Aviv, Veszprem, Mumbai, Vienna & Glasgow, is held in the collections of the Design Museum, the Sir John Soane’s Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Abet Museum, & the Architectural Association, and has been published widely. Adam has lectured at the RIBA, Harvard GSD, UC Berkeley, the Carnegie Museum of Art, Cardiff University, Innsbruck University, the Casa dell’Architettura Rome, the BSR, and the Biennale Interieur, amongst others and has taught courses at several universities as well as having been Studio Master at Central St Martins in London, co-director of Saturated Space at the AA (an influential research group on colour in Urbanism and Architecture) and a judge for the Dezeen and FRAME awards, amongst others.