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Natanel Gluska

Natanel Gluska

Born in Israel but lives and works in Switzerland had graduated from Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and worked as a painter before turning to three-dimensional artwork, making a debut in an exhibit of works by emerging, spirited designers, Salone Satellite, in the Milan Fair.

This event propelled him to become internationally known and an object of interest of design work lovers.

Among these were world-class celebs and famous designers, such as superstar of the design circle Philippe Starck, king of the fashion circle Karl Lagerfeld and matriarch of the fashion circle Donna Karen, who took possession of his conspicuous master pieces to enhance their status and taste.

Gluska became famous through processing a sustainably sourced natural material like trees with the skill and experience of an expert that transformed them into various forms of furniture with beautiful shapes and lines that are full of emotion, his “sculpture” is “one of seating object”.

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Solo Exhibitions

  • Solo exhibition “One for the birds” in Subhashok the Arts Center, Bangkok, Thailand

Group Exhibitions 1995

  • Featured in ‘Elle Decoration’, Germany

Group Exhibitions 1996-1998


  • Featured in ‘The International Design Yearbook 1996’, edited by Alessandro Mendini; Calmann & King Edition, London


  • Featured in ‘The International Design Yearbook 1997’, edited by Philippe Starck; Calmann & King Edition, London Featured in ‘The World of Interiors’, England

Group Exhibitions 1999-2004


  • A warded ‘A ward Environnement’ from Centro Europeo Studi Ambiente Arte, Milano, I. Launched in Milan’s SaloneSatellite, the offshoot of the Milan Furniture Fair


  • Featured in ‘Sotheby’s Preview’, England


  • Featured in ‘The International Design Yearbook 2000’, edited by Ingo Maurer; Calmann & King Edition, London Featured in ‘Elle Decoration’, Italy


  • Featured in ‘The International Design Yearbook 2001’, edited by Michele De Lucchi; Calmann & King Edition, London Featured in ‘Architectural Digest’, France


  • Featured in ‘Elle Decoration’, Germany 
Featured in ‘Casa Mica’, Italy.


  • Featured in ‘Casa Vogue’, Brazil Featured in ‘Kult’, Switzerland.

Group Exhibitions


  • Invited to showcase in the Design Platform of the Singapore Furniture Fair, 2013
  • Invited to showcase at Index Dubai, 2013


  • Officially launched in Singapore in an invite-only event at the Marina Bay Financial Centre Featured in 100% Design Singapore
  • The first and only curated exhibition for design
  • Led interiors in Southeast Asia ‘The Long 8’ Chair and ‘The V Stool’ presented by the Triennale Design Museum, Milan in ‘Kama. Sesso e Design’



  • Featured at the Black World Festival in Senegal (thrice to date in a span of forty years)


  • Featured in ‘Nature in a Kit’ exhibition in Mudac Museum, Switzerland, alongside Frank Gehry, Philippe Starck and Marcel Wanders, to name a few



  • One of fifty designers featured in the book – ’Process: 50 Product Designs from Concept to Manufacture’ by Jennifer
  • Hudson, Calmann & King Edition, London Featured in ‘Cote Est’, France Featured in ‘Special Casa’, Italy


  • A Dream Come True – SaloneSatellite Projects: From Inception to Production Featured for Contrast Gallery, Shanghai in Design Miami/Basel 2007 .



  • ‘1000 new designs and where to find them: A 21st Century Sourcebook’ by Jennifer Hudson, Calmann & King Edition, London.


  • Featured in ‘The International Design Yearbook 2004’, edited by Tom Dixon; Calmann & King Edition, London.