We covered British designer Giles Miller back in October when we covered the first [re]Design show in London. Now [re]Design is back, and the fabulous Miller has made an appearance again with his ingenious method of working with recycled cardboard, using the internal corragations to create patterns – a method he calls “fluting”.
Employing his signature technique, Miller manages to create intriguing designs that emphasizes the chic and stylish side of a rough-and-tumble material which isn’t normally seen as sophisticated. Sustainable and stylish, Miller’s recycled cardboard benches and chairs not only look good, but tread lightly on the earth as well.
London-based Miller currently makes up one-quarter of the UK design group, Farm Designs.