Peter Marigold

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words Anna Bates

A sliced log of eucalyptus was used to make the facade of this cabinet by London-based designer Peter Marigold, for a recent exhibition at Gallery Libby Sellers. Within each cabinet, every 1.5mm-thick slice is from the same chunk of tree; lined up, the strips create a curious effect, “like it’s melting,” says Marigold. Assembled like a fence, the wood is sliced along the grain, but the trickiest part was making the kebab-like device to hold the logs while they were being cut.

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