FUTUREFORMS is an award-winning art and design studio based in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2009. Founders Jason Kelly Johnson and Nataly Gattegno have collaborated on a range of projects exploring the intersections of art and design with public space, performance, advanced fabrication technologies, robotics, and responsive building systems. Recent projects have included fine art objects, furniture and lighting fixtures, art pavilions and sculptural shade canopies, as well as large scale urban art installations and art master plan consulting.
From 2002-2018 the studio was called Future Cities Lab.
JASON KELLY JOHNSON (born 1973, Canada) is lead artist and founding design partner of FUTUREFORMS. He brings to the team an expertise in computational design and advanced digital fabrication, through the lens of critical art production and interactive technologies. Jason [b.1973] was born and raised in Canada. He received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Virginia, and a Masters of Architecture from Princeton University. Johnson is currently an Associate Professor at the CCA in San Francisco, CA.
NATALY GATTEGNO (born 1977, Greece) is an artist and founding managing partner of FUTUREFORMS. She brings to the team an expertise in design research and urban speculation, through the lens of art and design theory and urban design. Nataly [b.1977] was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She received a MA from Cambridge University, St. John’s College, UK, and a Masters of Architecture from Princeton University. Gattegno is currently an Associate Professor at the CCA in San Francisco, CA.