The Last stool was created by English industrial designer Max Lamb and shows his trademark economic, uncomplicated approach. Spun from a single sheet of brass or copper, the stool has a ribbed section to provide grip for easy lifting. Due to it’s polished finish, this stool will age beautifully over time to become a truly unique, patinated home objet d’art – elegant yet functional.
Designed by Max Lamb
Winning the 2003 International Design Award while still a student allowed Max Lamb to visit the Cologne Trade Fair, where his interest in industrial design was piqued. The Englishman favours a direct, uncomplicated approach, trying to create an object from its raw material in the simplest possible way. His Last stool, made from a single sheet of turned metal, is emblematic of his style.