by Emma Johnson.
A small stackable container with a beech lid, perfect for storing sugar. 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.
Size: W11.5 x L8.5 x H8cm.
Materials: Stained porcelain with transparent glaze. Unglazed base. Beech/walnut lid with food safe finish and nickel silver rivets.
Emma designs and creates handmade ceramics in her Brighton studio, specifically focusing on slipcasting in porcelain. Her functional homewares are often based around architecture, incorporating precise, angular forms and a degree of buildability into the pieces.