Competition: five copies of China Granite Project II
by Max Lamb to be won

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China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

Competition: we've teamed up with London designer Max Lamb to give readers the chance to win one of five signed copies of his new book China Granite Project II.

China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

The 112-page book documents the making of his second collection of furniture that's cut from granite in a Chinese quarry.

China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

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China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

This competition is now closed. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

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China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

Here are some more details from publishers Everyday Life Books by Apartamento magazine:


China Granite Project II

This book documents the making of China Granite Project II – a collection of furniture by Max Lamb realised in October 2010 using an igneous granite known as Sesame Black native to Fujian Province, China.

China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

A book published by Everyday Life Books by Apartamento Magazine launched during Design Miami/Basel in June 2011 to accompany Max’s solo exhibition with Johnson Trading Gallery.

China Granite Project II by Max Lamb

ISBN: 978-84-615-1140-2
24cm x 15.5cm
112 pages, soft cover with belly band
Language: English
Drawings and photography: Max Lamb and Man Kit Au-Yeung
Design by Omar Sosa
Interview by Marco Velardi
Published by Apartamento Magazine for Everyday Life Books
Retail price: £17 plus shipping

Also available from Max Lamb's shop and Bruil.

Congratulations to the winners! Fraser Moore in New Zealand, Peter Ainsworth in the UK, Juliana Melo Pereira in Brazil, Vojtesek Jiri in the Czech Republic and James Heard in the United States all won copies of China Granite Project II.

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