Being one of the main partners of this year’s designjunction, Turkishceramics is collaborating with London-based designer Adam Nathaniel Furman, to design Gateways, a ceramic installation consisting of four gates that draw people to wander through and experience the various views at the centre of the enfilade perspective.
Set to be the central feature for Granary Square with Central Saint Martins (UAL) as a backdrop, the 4m-high and colourfully-tiled gates reference architectural interiors and facades from London’s famous Underground Stations to the beautiful facades of Ottoman architecture, in a bold and contemporary language.
The site-specific installation for one of London’s most popular public spaces, will showcase the best ceramic products Turkey has to offer. Reflecting the quality, strong design values and innovation of the industry, Adam Nathaniel Furman’s design approach is highly-curated and creative.
Turkishceramics is one of the main partners of this year’s designjunction. Gateways can be visited at Granary Square in King’s Cross during designjunction from 21-24 September.
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