Gallery: The World’s Largest Cardboard Christmas Tree Springs up in Lon...


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 London’s public atrium, the tree is comprised of no fewer than 3,600 individually-cut, handmade cardboard pieces. Similar to a fake evergreen, these pieces can be arranged around a central shaft to give the branches that fluid, swirling motion so essential to the nature of a real Christmas tree. Smaller versions of these incredible creations, which Giles designed exclusively for the Design Museum, are on sale to the public. More details after the jump.

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