max lamb develops 'campaign chair' for alfred dunhill
max lamb develops ‘campaign chair’ for alfred dunhill all images courtesy of max lamb
UK designer max lamb has developed the ‘campaign chair’ for lifestyle brand alfred dunhill as part of their ‘modern craftsmanship’ project at the house of dunhill, an initiative illustrating the brand’s commitment to culture and creativity. lamb’s design is crafted from turned ash wood and dunhill tradition leather. the chair’s leather is typically used to craft handmade luggage at dunhill’s workshop in london. the overall design draws on the form of the roorkhee campaign chair that was used by british servicemen from the 1890s until world war II. the ‘modern craftsmanship’ project is curated in collaboration with it’s nice that’ and features the work of three other contemporary designers: martin andersen, elisa strozyk and richard sweeney.
‘campaign chair’ on display
detail of leather fastener
wood joint details
cutting out the leather
video of the making process
video courtesy dunhill
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