Trained in architecture, Adam Nathaniel Furman is a designer who works at various scales from products and installations, to interiors, and beyond.
He runs the Saturated Space Research Cluster at the Architectural Association that publishes texts and organises events on colour in Architecture and Urbanism. He currently teaches at Central Saint Martins in London, and is the founding director of Madam Studio.
He was Designer in Residence at the Design Museum 2013-14, won the Blueprint Award for Design Innovation 2014, was the recipient of the UK Rome Prize for Architecture 2014-15 and was named 2016 “New Architect” by the Architecture Foundation.
He has worked for OMA, Ash Sakula Architects, Ron Arad, and currently works for Farrells, whilst pursuing personal projects at Madam Studio. He writes regularly, including a column for the RIBA Journal, and has a forthcoming book “Revisiting Postmodernism” co-authored by Sir Terry Farrell, coming out in July.
Presented by the architectural journal, Room One Thousand, with support from the Arcus Chair for Gender, Sexuality and the Built Environment, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley.