We've enjoyed Peter Marigold's work in the past--most notably his adaptable Make/Shift shelving units, but his newest project delves into something more abstract. Marigold describes his new Split series simply as this:
The inverted angles of a shape split into pieces will always add up to 360 degrees.
The angles can be interchanged but will always form a whole.
Timber logs are split into four wedge pieces that are then fitted into the corners of shelves, tables, and storage towers possessing shapes that are dictated by whatever angles result from the split.
A Split instillation is currently on display at Paul Smith in Milan until October 11th.