The world’s creative communities are thriving and diverse, but can occasionally be so overwhelming that we feel like we’re missing out. Adorno is a contemporary digital gallery that aims to extinguish our FOMO. Through a selected network of on-the-ground curators in major design cities, Adorno shares unique or limited edition furniture, textiles, ceramics, sculpture, and design-art made with high quality and an experimental approach. Each collection varies by curator, and features emerging talent as well as established names, that showcase the work and culture of each region. Currently Adorno works with 24+ curators and 300 designers internationally.
Aside from their online platform, Adorno also exhibits at major design events the world over. In January they opened the first Adorno Gallery and office in Copenhagen, continuing to grow their multifaceted approach of e-commerce coupled with exhibitions.
Adorno recently announced that Jimmy MacDonald, founder of the London Design Fair, has become the third joint owner alongside Kristian Snorre Andersen and Martin Clausen. “We share a passion for curated collectible contemporary craft and design from design scenes globally, something which is very much what made the London Design Fair different from all other trade fairs internationally, and was very much a result of Jimmy’s interest and international outreach,” said Snorre Andersen.