Max Lamb’s rugged and bold designs are laboriously created through his direct manipulation of tools, materials, and processes. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, London, the topography and industrial heritage of his native Cornwall are a major source of inspiration for his work. Lamb is perhaps best known for his Pewter Stool, where he cast pewter into crude sand formations on a Cornish beach. He has also experimented with lost-wax and sophisticated electro-deposition methods for his Copper stools, and extruded biodegradable materials for his Starch stools.
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