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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.


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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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