Just in case you were wondering how it was done: here is the Design Museum's 2011 cardboard Christmas tree, by Giles Miller, being built. Film by Luke Hayes. London-based design practice, Giles Miller Studio, specialises in the development of truly innovative surfaces for interior, hospitality and retail design projects Giles Miller has wooed us with his intricate cardboard creations before, and now he's brought us the world's largest cardboard Christmas tree! Standing at roughly 20 feet in the Design Museum.
This is one Christmas tree that will keep on going, year after year. And when its day is done, simply recycle it. Giles Miller has been working with corrugated cardboard on a large scale for years.
Giles Miller has designed what very well may be the largest cardboard Christmas tree ever created for Design Museum London. Miller's eco-friendly Tannenbaum stands an impressive 20 feet tall and was made using 3, 600 pieces of cardboard. The height of the tree and the dedication of Miller are equally. The Design Museum has commissioned one of its former Designers in Residence, Giles Miller, to design a bespoke six meter tall cardboard Christmas tree, possibly the tallest in the world, which will hang in the museums public atrium.
The cardboard Christmas tree is made up of 3, 600 individually. The world’s largest cardboard Christmas tree by Giles Miller, standing at roughly 20 feet in the Design Museum London’s public atrium, is comprised of no fewer than 3, 600 individually-cut handmade cardboard pieces. Design Porn: Alternative Christmas Trees. Design. Christmas tree book display at the University Library in Aalborg. Giles Miller cardboard Christmas trees.
Buy one here. Jun 17, 2018 · O Christmas Tree, O Christmas tree, How lovely are your corrugated branches! London-based designer Giles Miller, world renowned for his cardboard based designs and work for clients including Stella McCartney, Sheraton Hotel Edinburgh and Selfridges, has been commissioned by London Design Museum to design a set of bespoke cardboard Christmas trees to be sold.
Giles Miller Studio relish the opportunity to work with clients on specialist commissions, guaranteeing a one of a kind outcome as a direct response to a client, location or chosen theme/concept. It is to this way of working that the studio credits some of it’s most ambitious and progressive work. Christmas Tree at the Design Museum. This Pin was discovered by 左 天源. Discover (and save! ) your own Pins on Pinterest. Unconventional Christmas Tree Ideas for a Contemporary Holiday Theme.
Corrugated cardboard Christmas trees by Giles Miller. Image Source: Giles Miller. Shelf Christmas Trees. Collect this idea. Floating shelves can be used to make creative Christmas trees. Image Sources: House Doctor and. This really eco friendly christmas tree called bespoke is designed by giles miller come in two diffe sizes the smaller one 16 5 inches tall and christmas tree decor 8 eco friendly and festive christmas tree alternatives bjjjvk2s c jpg. Giles Miller, Christmas Tree at the Design Museum, London Eve Arnold, Dressing the Christmas tree, 1951 Murray Moss, TQ 39/40- Christmas/Special Treatment, 1959/1988 Commissioned by the London Design Museum the Studio collaborated with the incredibly talented Daniel Heath to create a 6m tall cardboard Christmas Tree.
This unusual cardboard made Christmas Tree was designed exclusively for the Design Museum by award winning interior and surface designer Giles Miller. Dec 12, 2011. The world's largest cardboard Christmas tree by Giles Miller, standing at roughly 20 feet in the Design Museum London's public atrium. Dec 2, 2011. London's Design Museum unveiled its 2011 Christmas tree this morning - made by Giles Miller and believed to be the largest cardboard.
Dec 20, 2011. This is one Christmas tree that will keep on going, year after year. And when its day is done, simply recycle it.
Giles Miller has been working. 13 nov 2014. Gilles Miller: London-based design practice, Giles Miller Studio, specialises in the development of truly innovative surface and interior design.