Max Lamb created his Pewter Stool in 2006



Max Lamb

A former protege of Tom Dixon, London designer Max Lamb has built a reputation for tactile products that focus on exploring the possibilities of the materials they're made from.

Interestingly it is one of Lamb's earliest designs – the Pewter Stool he first created in 2006  – that remains his most popular project on Dezeen. Lamb cast the object in sand on a Cornish beach, documenting the process and creating one of the first designs to go viral.

His most viewed new design was the Planks collection for Benchmark, a series of simple wooden shelves, tables and benches with concealed storage.

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