Each Split Box is created from a single log split into four unequal pieces. The resulting box is highly irregular but also always perfectly complete because the combined angles total 360 degrees. The resulting arrangement of boxes is chaotic yet ordered. 

I've made the Split Boxes at several different public events in museums around the world. Each time using locally sourced woods. Design Miami (mango), Design Museum Holon, Israel (eucalyptus), Stavanger, Norway (Christmas trees), 21-21 Design Sight, Tokyo (Hinoki).

These days they are mostly made from whatever we find on Hampstead Heath. 

The Split Boxes have found their way into numerous collections including Paul Smith in Milan and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.