Designer uses 20,000 hexagonal wooden “pixels” to create archway

The concept of pixels is not lost on product designers. Where photographers usually meticulously aim to eschew pixelated images, Designer Giles Miller went the other way, using 20,000 hexagonal wooden “pixels” to create an archway in a 150 year-old warehouse for London’s Clerkenwell Design Week. Each laser-cut wooden component is identical in size and set at different angles to catch the light. The concept of pixelating the reflection of light has become the main focus of Giles Miller Studio, which strives to develop new surface finishes that incorporate not only texture and depth, but also the ability to represent graphics, pattern or any image that a client might request.

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