Marmoreal

14th April 2014

Meaning ‘real marble’ or one that resembles marble, 'Marmoreal' was one of the highlights of Milan Design week. A project by Max Lamb for Dzek it showcased Max's ability to work with stone in such a modern and delightful way.

The Marmoreal collection including a table, chair, and shelves made entirely of bespeckled engineered marble was styled to create an illusionary space with a color palette that was sublime.

Engineered from 95 per cent marble and 5 per cent polyester resin binders for a stronger, less porous and more durable stone this project exemplifies the balance between tradition and modernity and continues the exploration of Max's work with craftsmanship, stone and modernity.

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