Adam Nathaniel Furman
Adam Nathaniel Furman is a London based artist and designer of Japanese & Argentine heritage. Work includes colourful and considered wayfinding and sculpture, products, homeware and furniture. Immersive and provocative interior concepts all reveal Adam’s commitment to evoke joy and prompt critical consideration of the way colour and objects are perceived. Adam’s work has been exhibited and published widely, taking inspiration from a life-long exploration of the themes of colour, form and ornamentation as a political-aesthetic project. Sibling Architecture holds at its core research and exploration as crucial to improving lived experience through form. Their cultural and civic projects including designs for Gertrude Glasshouse, Darebin Arts Centre and Bega Valley Regional Gallery. Exhibitions are a site of research for the practice, which has presented at theInternational Architecture Biennale of São Paulo, Istanbul DesignBiennial and Gyeonggi MoMA. Sibling Architecture was awarded a Victorian Architecture Awards Commendation (2019) for the exhibition New Agency. Adam was Artist in residence for Kings Cross in 2021, has designed a series of furniture and ceramics for BEIT collective and has recently co-edited a book forRIBA Books, entitled Queer Spaces.