Emma's Cup - small with walnut handle
Emma's Cup - small with walnut handle
Emma's Cup - small with walnut handle

Emma's Cup - small with walnut handle

Emma Johnson
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By Emma Johnson.

A small stackable walnut handled cup. This piece has been inspired by the revival of Brutalist architecture, employing classic Brutalist aesthetics like heavy forms and asymmetrical proportions, along with design philosophies embodied in the architecture including Form Follows Function and Truth to Materials.

Available in different colours.

Each item is entirely handmade, including the walnut handles which have been individually shaped to fit each cup and riveted to the porcelain. As with all handmade items, please note that small variations and imperfections may be present and colours may vary slightly. This listing is for one cup only.

Handwash only.

Materials: Stained porcelain with transparent glaze. Unglazed base. Walnut handle with food safe finish and nickel silver rivets.

 Approximate Size: Diameter - 8.5cm/ 12.5cm, Height - 6cm

Emma Johnson studied M(des) 3D Design and Craft at the University of Brighton, graduating in 2016. Since then she has focused on establishing her own creative business designing and making handmade ceramics in her Brighton-based studio, specifically focusing on slipcasting in porcelain.

Emma's functional homewares are often based around architecture, incorporating precise, angular forms and a degree of buildability into the pieces. In early 2017 Emma was selected to take part in Hothouse; an intensive development programme for emerging makers run by the Crafts Council. Emma is currently creating and developing work from her studio in Phoenix Brighton.