Here's a few snaps - and a bit of a sneak peek - of one of the 12 Trees of Christmas at the Gardiner Museum. This witty and minimal Brobdingnagian cookie cutter-meets-tree was designed by the talented duo of Boychuk+Fuller, and fashioned out of aluminum by a local metal firm. All 12 trees will be on exhibit until Dec 10th, though tonight, if you hit the Gardiner's swanky gala, you'll have a chance to bid at a silent auction to snag one for your own place (or donate it to your fave charity). And yep, it's for a good cause with all funds raised supporting programming and education at the museum. Oh, and I might be a wee bit biased, lol, since Alana and Tristan of Boychuk+Fuller are working with me on my Ultimate space for the Interior Design Show.