Welcome to the weird, wild and wide world of Areaware.
We say “wide” because Areaware make so many fascinating objects, we’re
not sure which category to place them in. This New York-based studio of
design aims to make your home objects as unusual as possible, while
still retaining their useful factor – and get a laugh or jolt of
surprise from you along the way.
What is an Infinite Tree? It is a tree that grows on and on forever,
until it reaches above the clouds? Or is it a tree that’s very ancient,
and might live on for centuries more?
The Infinite Tree is actually a creation of Johannes Molin, who created
this sculpture out of his love and distant memories as the Scandinavian
forest as seen through a mathematically-inclined mind. Crafted from
basswood, it is designed using measurements from the Golden Ratio: a
universal proportional system that is said to play a role in the way
humans perceive of beauty.
Infinite Tree features:
- Designed in the USA.
- Made from basswood.
- Movable decoration based on the universal proportional system, the Golden Ratio.
- Presented in an Areaware box.
Dimensions: 43cm x 23.5cm x 11cm.