Max Lipsey

Max is a designer who thinks with his hands. His ideas emerge from confrontation with the context and the materials. Fascinated by the process, whether industrial or handmade, his intuition is in the making. The principal companion of some designers is the pencil, for him it’s the workbench.


An architect father, a childhood in the USA probably gave him a feel for structure. Exoskeletons, the objects he designs often wear their architecture. The precision of the object’s scale is in the choice of materials and it is here that Max becomes a craftsman.


Crédit photo : Matylda Kryzkowski

Max is a designer who thinks with his hands. His ideas emerge from confrontation with the context and the materials. Fascinated by the process, whether industrial or handmade, his intuition is in the making. The principal companion of some designers is the pencil, for him it’s the workbench.


An architect father, a childhood in the USA probably gave him a feel for structure. Exoskeletons, the objects he designs often wear their architecture. The precision of the object’s scale is in the choice of materials and it is here that Max becomes a craftsman.


Crédit photo : Matylda Kryzkowski