Adam Nathaniel Furman is a British Argentine-Japanese artist and designer, who lives in London. He trained in Architecture and Fine Arts and works on artistic, architecture, interior and product design projects, as well as teaching extensively at international institutes and universities. His design is permeated by a joyous spirit of research, based on a reflection which is always critical and passionate: the fluctuating echoes of the different cultures of his background, which continue to fascinate him, and an outstanding taste for colour and ornament. Political and aesthetic elements can be found in all his works of art, his objects, his spaces and his installations.
Christian Pegoraro is the founder of Botteganove, an example of excellence in Italian manufacturing, it is specialised in ceramic and porcelain mosaics, based in Nove, an area which is historically recognised for high-end craftsmanship. Christian grew up amid ceramics, chalk and kilns, bringing a contemporary approach to the traditional processes. With its texturized wall facings, Botteganove transforms spaces, creating scenarios rich in content and design flair, but permeated by the history of the workshop. It is a sophisticated and innovative craftsmanship, which gives rise to great refinement and exquisite production. The encounter between these two young talents has given rise to an installation which alludes to the idea of a fragment of history and art which has emerged from the ruins of the past, an element of modernity which evokes a world of joy and abandonment in the sensuality of its colours and materials. It is a highly original project, characterized by exciting creative freedom which great expertise has translated in an exquisite and seductive manner.