Vibrant hues and soft shapes define Adam’s imaginative world. An artist and designer based in London, Furman creates elegant, welcoming spaces that encourage free expression and creative wonder. Their work plays with genres, themes, cultural references, and materiality to craft immersive experiences rooted in history and pleasure.

Furman's spaces reject sharp edges and judgments, aiming instead to provide safe havens where people can escape and feel free. Through their mastery of colour, form and quality craftsmanship, people are invited into gentle, non-conformist worlds that spark the imagination. There are no rules in this universe - only carefree self-expression and a sensual celebration of the human spirit.

Trained in architecture, Furman now works across diverse scales and disciplines, from painting, videos and prints, to large public artworks, furniture, interiors, and beyond. Their vibrant aesthetic combines diverse influences into a distinctive visual language that is singular and very much their own. Exhibited and collected internationally, Furman's work delights in community, inclusivity, and the transforming power of spaces that provide joy, inspiration, and the permission to be purely oneself.

Adam's work has been exhibited all over the world, and is held in the collections of the Design Museum (London), the Sir John Soane’s Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Museum (of Norway), the Abet Museum, and the Architectural Association.

Croydon Colonnade one of the Observer/Guardian's five best projects of 2023

Booklaunch Architectural Reference Book of the Year Award 2023

Architectural Book of the Year Award Winner 2023 

One of the Mayor of London's Architecture and Urbanism (A+U) framework practices 2023-2027

Kings Cross Artist in Residence 2021

FX Product Designer of the Year Award 2019

One of Icon Magazine’s “100 talents of 2018-19”

Blueprint Award for Best Small Project 2018

Progress 1000, one of the Evening Standard’s “most Influential Londoners of 2018”

Elle Decor Italia “New Talent for 2018”

Metropolis Magazine “New Talent” 2017

One of the Observer’s four “Rising Stars” of 2017

L’Uomo Vogue Italia “Design Star” 2016

Architecture Foundation “New Architect” 2016

UK Rome Prize for Architecture 2014-15

Blueprint Award for Design Innovation 2014

Design Museum Designer In Residence 2013-14

AA Prize 2007

RIBA Bronze Commendation 2005


Sensorial shapes and vibrant hues, Adam Nathaniel Furman crafts inclusive worlds that ignite the imagination. Their spaces foster creative self-expression, free from judgement.