Adam Nathaniel Furman (London, 1982) is a London based designer and artist of Argentine, Japanese and Israeli origins. His work ranges from architecture and interiors, sculpture and installation to writing and product design.
He taught Productive Exuberance at Central St Martins and directed the Research Group Saturated Space at the Architectural Association. He received the Blueprint Award for Design Innovation in 2014 and L’Uomo Vogue Design Star 2016, and he was one of the Architecture Foundation’s New Architects in 2016. He was also a Rising Talent of 2018 for Elle Decor Italia, one of the Evening Standard’s 1000 most influential Londoners of 2018. He was awarded the Blueprint Award for the best small project in 2018 and received the Best Product Designer prize at the 2019 FX Awards. He worked at OMA Rotterdam and Ron Arad Architects in the past, and have written for Abitare, the RIBA Journal, Icon, the Architectural Review, amongst others, as well as publishing the RIBA book titled Revisiting Postmodernism.