edwin. has just been launched by Edwin Williams following his graduation from the National School of Furniture, Bucks.
The furniture reflects and positively reinforces the unique and imperfect nature of all of us. Certain parameters may be premeditated, but the more subtle qualities are indeterminate; an infinitely complex and Read More...
The seat is formed directly over waste materials found in the workshop. I developed a method of construction where layers of plaster are laminated with sheets of glass fibre. Once hardened, the edges are cut away to reveal
The chair is created by embedding a stainless steel frame within the fabric formed cast.
Approximate dimensions: 820 x 760 x 500mm
A sheet of fabric is layed into the form, the irregularity and ripples in the fabric are direct
Cast within the plaster is a metal frame into which the hand turned ash legs fitted.
Approximate dimensions: 440x300x300mm
The stools are made entirely by hand. The tapered steel fixing components are formed by hand using hea
The chair was designed and made in a self initiated brief for Paul Smith’s studio office in London. A design inspired by Paul’s personality and his clothing designs. The inspiration for the back portion of the chair was taken from the shape
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