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Emma Johnson Ceramics

Brighton based ceramicist Emma Johnson creates functional porcelain homewares, often taking inspiration from precise and angular forms found in architecture. Her ranges Atro-city and Habitual are inspired by Brutalism, incorporating heavy and asymmetric forms in a collection of pieces designed to stack in different sculptural combinations.

Design philosophies embodied in the architecture including form follows function and truth to materials are also explored, with pieces featuring a tactile combination of glazed and unglazed porcelain combined with beech and walnut components.

Since graduating from 3D Design and Craft at the University of Brighton in 2016 Johnson has been selected to take part in the Crafts Council Hothouse development programme, featured as a Barbican Maker and has also created a bespoke range in collaboration with the Hayward Gallery.