Radium Desk by Edward Johnson
How does the gravity-defying Radium Desk do it?
From the front, it seems to be a fairly conventional if meticulously crafted desk.
But at different proximity and angles, it appears to break the laws of physics.
The answer is to be found—on closer examination—in the asynchronous construction. One leg sports a surprising curve, crafted by Johnson from “many strips of stacked laminated timber that are then sculpted and shaped by hand.”
Radium offers more surprises besides. As the image above shows, it contains a metal insert detail and elegant Leather top.
Radiant is a bespoke item. Interested parties may choose from three sizes, four metals, five woods, and eight entrancing leathers.
See Edward Johnson Studio to find out more.