Furniture design collective exhibits new works created from trees that fell during windstorm

The Craft & Folk Art Museum presents Windfall by Box Collective, a group exhibition of ten Los Angeles furniture designers and makers whose new works are sourced from trees that fell in northeastern L.A. and the San Gabriel Valley during the historic windstorm of 2011. The exhibition consists of 15 works of furniture, sculpture, and domestic objects made from salvaged trees from areas such as Arcadia, Chinatown, Pasadena, and Montecito Heights. The collective waited four years for the wood to air-dry before designing and making the displayed works. Windfall is on view from May 28 - September 4, 2016. The Box Collective’s designer-makers share a common ethos of fabricating original designs from local wood sourced from reclaimed materials and urban salvage. They each helm their own small businesses with a “tree-to-table” approach, making timeless, well-crafted, and livable domestic objects in the

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