Luca Molinari displays the works of British Designer, Adam Nathaniel at the Milan Design Week 2018.
The Milan Design Week is the most energetic and eventful week in Milan. During this fair held every year, the streets of Milan are bustling with liveliness.Most eventful of all, there will be displays of extreme creativity, quirkiness and variety which are any design lover’s haven. Architects, artists, exhibitors, suppliers and installations among others, will be roped in together under one roof resulting in an accumulation of talents at a gigantic international level.
Amongst numerous other reputed artists, the British Designer and artist Adam Nathaniel will showcase his range called ‘historical promiscuities’ at the design week this year. The work of the London based designer ranges from architecture and interiors to products, fine-art, writing and teaching. An esteemed lecturer, he has been the recipient of numerous awards like ‘New Talent’ by Elle Decor Italia, Metropolis Magazine, ‘New Architect’ by the Architecture Foundation, and many such more.
His motive to ‘bring equal parts pleasure, colour, and joy, as well a critical consideration, reflection and depth to everything, is prominently reflected through his works.
With guidance of the curator Luca Molinari, the extraordinary limited-edition ceramic works in addition to Furman’s drawing,prints, videos and exclusive pieces from the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London will be manifested. To add a little charm to the other contemporary pieces of art, two ceramic micro architecture families will be on display.
The works of Adam Nathaniel can be classified in two distinctive groups, one of which is a series of classic-shaped brightly coloured ceramics which was proudly on show at the Sir John Soane’s museum in London recently. The other, is an original production of ‘Bitossi’, a historical brand in the ceramic tradition. Exhibited together, both these artworks speak of bright and thoughtful use of colour in addition to the use of traditional shape to create a suave aesthetic.
Nathaniel’s peculiar pop style can be observed through both his pieces for Bitossi as well as the roman singularity which represents a free yet straightforward approach to renew the outlook at design and architecture.