Giles Miller has designed what very well may be the largest cardboard Christmas tree ever created for Design Museum London. Miller's eco-friendly Tannenbaum stands an impressive 20 feet tall and was made using 3,600 pieces of cardboard.
The height of the tree and the dedication of Miller are equally impressive. The 3,600 pieces of cardboard used were each all cut separately. Miller's eco-friendly holiday tribute has been submitted to the Guinness' Book of World Records where it will more than likely be named the world's tallest cardboard Christmas tree. Miller's cardboard Christmas tree is also available in smaller sizes of 31.5 inches and 16.5 inches for those who don't have a 20-foot-high ceiling in their homes.
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