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August 4, 2009

The work of British designer Max Lamb oozes a wish-you-had-thought-of-that creativity. By playing with the design process—from creating pewter casts in the sand of a Cornwall beach, to carving a living room set from a giant block of polystyrene—Lamb supplants the seemingly impenetrable industrial world with one that can be manipulated by hand. Dwell caught up with him at Milan Design Week.


Pewter Stool, 2006
Pewter Stool, 2006
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Box Chair by Enzo Mari, 1971.
Box Chair by Enzo Mari, 1971.
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Enzo Mari (1971)
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lamb max portrait

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