Suspended in an oak tree in a small forest in the Kelmarsh Estate gardens, the treehouse stage was commissioned by Kambe Events and Kelmarsh Hall as a permanent installation. It is used at a number of events, including Shambala Festival and History Live. The treehouse was built in situ in 12 days and uses round wood sourced and selected from coppice thinnings within the estate. The structure appears to float around the tree and is attached using prefabricated high tensile steel bolts.
Whilst working at Millimetre, Aron took part in the fabrication of the the "Be Open" Sound Portal which is a travelling pavilion conceived and designed by Arup for the tenth anniversary of the London Design Festival. The pavilion envelope comprises six shell structures, assembled in a circular array. The inner circle is for the sound experience and the outer circles form the entrances and mask background noise. With a global itinerary, the structure is designed for fast disassembly, packing and re-assembly.
Aron took a leading role in the fabrication of this family of oversized moveable tables that were designed by Millimeter and Featherstone Young Architects. The tables were designed in three colour-coded sets and can be stored inside each other when not in use.