Contemporary Limited-Edition & Bespoke Luxury Furniture

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  • Radiant chest of drawers shown in fumed oak, brown oak, oak, olive ash and ash with an oiled finish.

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  • Our Chichester Tables are part of our Sussex Collection and are available as single tables or as a set of three in ash, oak or walnut.

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  • Our Patchwork sewing desk shown in oak, brown oak and fumed oak, made with our own in-house curved Murano veneers.

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  • Ripples chest of drawers shown in ash, with walnut, ash and cedar drawers.

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We design and make exclusive, contemporary limited-edition and bespoke luxury furniture to provide you with quality, originality and choice. We create contemporary products with a unique signature style for those who enjoy and appreciate accomplished design and excellent craftsmanship, and who are looking for something truly individual.

As a friendly and experienced team, we make the process of commissioning one of our pieces of furniture as flexible, enjoyable and rewarding as possible. We understand that all our clients are different and therefore we tailor our approach to suit you and always maintain a can-do attitude.

Put simply, there are three paths to acquiring a piece of our furniture. Which one suits you best will depend on your design flexibility, time capacity and budget.

Purchase a Stocked item: This is the quickest, easiest and most cost-effective option and ideal for those wishing to purchase an Edward Johnson piece immediately.

Commission a Limited-Edition item: As-seen, or tailored to your specific requirements: i.e. alternative timber combinations and small design tweaks. This is ideal for those who like one of our existing designs but may wish to tailor it to meet their specific requirements without the time commitment, design unknowns and premium cost of a bespoke piece.

Collaborate on a Bespoke design: This service is ideal for those who want something truly individual and are happy to spend the time collaborating on their own bespoke design.

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Upcoming Exhibitions
24th October 2019
We are very pleased to announce that we are participating in the following three exhibitions through November to December 2019. Blindspot by Jane Busin at Copperfield Gallery Edward has been working collaboratively with artist Jane Bustin to jointly produce a sculptural ‘Kissing Bench’ that will be on show as part of her solo exhibition ‘Blindspot’ at Copperfield Gallery, London: An exhibition combining paintings, textiles, ceramics and sculpture that questions the trust we place in our primary senses when attempting to perceive, in particular, what it is ‘to see’. Private view: Tuesday 12th November, 6pm – 9pmExhibition dates: 13th November – 20th December 2019Opening times: Wednesday – Saturday 12 - 6pm or by appointment.Admission free. Copperfield Gallery, 6 Copperfield Road, London SE1 0EP Dovetail joints on the 'Kissing Bench' The House at Hill Lane: Annual Winter Pop-up Exhibition Edward has also been invited to exhibit his work in this group show at The House at Hill Lane. The exhibition includes work by Fanny Peppercorn, Ann Gardner, Polly Meynell, Alan Frost and of course Edward! The House at Hill Lane is a fascinating venue as an award-winning architect-designed eco house completed in 2015, owned and built by theatre director Joe Harmston and textile artist Polly Meynell. Private View: Thursday 14th November, 6pm – 8pmOpen House dates: 15th – 17th November 2019, 10am – 5pmAdmission free. The House at Hill Lane, 43 Hill Lane, Barnham PO22 0BL The Sussex Guild: Contemporary Craft Show Once again Edward will be participating in the annual Sussex Guild show at Midhurst Rother College, where over 50 members of the Guild will be exhibiting their work. Exhibition dates: 30th November – 1st December 2019, 10am – 5pmAdmission £3 for adults, students and children free Midhurst Rother College, North Street, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 9DT <back to blog
Spotlight on Freeform
26th September 2019
'Have nothing in your house that you do not knowto be useful or believe to be beautiful.' William Morris   Edward Johnson’s work is the product of a deep understanding of his materials and the desire to explore its possibilities. His creative approach allows him to think outside of the box and push the boundaries of his materials.     Edward’s designs are often conceptually based, but with form and function always at the fore. He perceives both beauty and usefulness in equal parts when designing and developing his ideas into thought-provoking, fluid and tactile forms. One of his principal aims is to challenge our understanding of what is possible, which he achieves through creative aptitude and his mastered ability to engineer in wood. Here we throw the spotlight onto his Freeform technique.     Freeform Collection: The Freeform Collection pushes laminating to its limits in a very different way to the methods adopted for the Ripples and Murano Collection. The sweeping curved elements used in the construction are made from one continuous length of timber, using various moulding techniques to shape and manipulate the material. Each curved element is then finished by hand using various spoke-shaves, requiring outstanding craftsmanship and a keen eye for detail. Typically, during the research and development stages of our freeform pieces, small-scale models and prototypes are made. Unusually, these often include sections made at actual size, in order to gauge the stresses, strains and limitations on the timber in each unique case.   ‘Ligamentum I’ coffee table   The Ligamentum I coffee table is made from walnut and glass.Dimensions: 160cm (w) x 45cm (h) x 75cm (d).Read more here.   'Ligamentum II' Chaise longue   The Ligamentum II chaise longue is made from walnut and a Mulberry fabric. Dimensions: 200cm (w) x 75cm (h) x 75cm (d).Read more here.   'Ligamentum III' chaise longue   The Ligamentum III chaise longue is made from oak with a Skopos fabric. Dimensions: 190cm (w) x 80cm (d) x 90cm (h).Read more here.   'Clover' coffee table   The Clover coffee table is made from oak, fumed oak and glass with brass detailing. Dimensions: 100cm (diam) x 45cm (h).Read more here.   'Splay' dining chairs   The Splay high-back and carver dining chairs are made from American walnut with oak detailing.Dimensions: High-back: 48cm (w) x 100cm (h) x 59cm (d).Carver: 58cm (w) x 70cm (h) x 59cm (d).Read more here.   'Undressed' clothes valet   The Undressed clothes valet is made from oak with walnut or fumed oak tray.Dimensions: 77.5cm (h) x 51.5cm (w) x 27.5cm (d).Read more here.     <back to blog