• Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Valerie Nora Christiansen, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Valerie Nora Christiansen, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Anna Bischoff, Asch Nr. 3, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Anna Bischoff, Asch Nr. 3, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Simon Kettenberger, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Simon Kettenberger, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Anne Achenbach, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Anne Achenbach, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Workshop Max Lamb, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Rebecca Grollmann, The Memory of a Drawing, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Rebecca Grollmann, The Memory of a Drawing, 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Valerie Nora Christiansen, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Valerie Nora Christiansen, o.T., 2012 (Foto: Sally Kotter)

  • Krina Königsmann, o.T. (Foto: Sally Kotter)

    Krina Königsmann, o.T. (Foto: Sally Kotter)

 

Project class of designer Max Lamb

Annual theme "Power of Material/Politics of Materiality"

Winter term 2012/13

 

Max Lamb explores materials in unconventional ways. The British designer questions the customary perception of materialities and their processing. Lamb studied three-dimensional design at the University of Northumbria and Product Design at the Royal College of Art, London. He is running a design studio in the North of London. Amongst his works are pieces of furniture and objects for labels such as Deadgood and Makers and Brothers, as well as individual pieces for the design gallery Libby Sellers in London and Johnson Trading Gallery in New York. Since 2012 he is teaching at the department of Product Design at the Royal College of Art.