Adam Nathaniel Furman's Lumalisk, a 9 meter high obelisk, was one of the colourful eye-catchers at NTERIEUR 2018. In collaboration with the Italian Abet Laminati, the column was decorated with abundant psychedelic patterns, a colourful constant in Furman's work.
Recently, the British artist, architect and designer finished a residential project in Tokyo. Though compact, the pastel-powered apartment speaks to all senses. Again, Furman succesfully displays his understanding of colour and patterns, combining hi-end technology with fine craftsmanship.
Discover more about this colourful project on Adam Nathaniel Furman's website.