Jonathan Field in the press


10 surprising products from London Clerkenwell Design Week 2017
DesignWanted blog
1 June 2017

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Clerkenwell Design Week: 2017 Highlights from a Natural Perspective
Chalk & Moss blog
26 May 2017

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“...DETAIL was a haven for high-end interior design through its choice of exhibitors, each celebrating fine craftsmanship and glamour. Dedar, Frassk and Poliform were featured throughout the Church, the Crypt and the charming Cloister garden at The Order of St John, alongside Jonathan Field – a revered designer and manufacturer of striking bespoke and one-off furniture pieces, inspired by Yorkshire panoramas and sourced from high quality timber.”

Clerkenwell Design Week: Highlights and innovations
COSHAMIE blog
26 May 2017


‘how to spend it’ magazine
Rare woods come to the fore

Financial Times
25 October 2016

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“...The standard at the exhibition was exceptional. I particularly enjoyed the vibrant colours of Nic Parnell’s wall-mounted creations, and Jonathan Fields’s unique dining tables.”

Inspiring exhibitions with uneven flooring! Our key takeaways from Clerkenwell Design Week 2016
Caledonian Stone blog
27 June 2016


Art class
The Sunday Times
18 October 2015

The best pieces at the autumn design fairs would grace a museum as well as your home
In his east London workshop, Jonathan Field makes furniture inspired by individual pieces of timber, so no two are alike. A table similar to this Scottish burr maple dining table would cost about £9,500.

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Design Shanghai
March 2015

All of Jonathan Field’s furniture is designed and crafted in his workshop in London, UK. The English walnut table he presented at Design Shanghai was booked by a client on the first day of the fair. For Jonathan Field, Design Shanghai provided with a good opportunity to connect with other artists and potential clients. Jonathan Field's designs are sculptural pieces which focus on the natural beauty of the timber's grain and form. Instead of overcrafting the table, his philosophy is to show the original beauty of the wood. Injected with his hard work and wisdom, each piece shows a unique and fantastic sense of art combined with the beauty of nature. Perhaps this is the very reason why Jonathan Field's work is exhibited in numerous galleries and art fairs.
Translated from Chinese



Burr maple table featured on the front cover of 25 Beautiful Homes
November 2014

We're loving... we're hating... we're buying The Independent April 2009


We're loving... we're hating... we're buying
The Independent
April 2009