Metalworking design duo Arcangel has created a one-off, stainless steel Christmas tree for Turner Broadcasting. Standing at 2.2m high, it is created from more than 1000 polished stainless steel rods. Each is randomly fused together to create five individual silver ‘tiers’ which taper upwards into a welded cone. The entire structure is entwined with tiny white lights and decorated with baubles and suspended cartoon characters. The group hopes to create more corporate trees in 2003.
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