The Kina light’s latticed form was inspired by the inner shell of a sea-urchin from which it also derives its name In the Maori tongue.
The bamboo lightshade really comes to life when switched on. It throws a sophisticated pattern of shadows across your ceiling… A common theme in David Trubridge’s work who has a knack for creating interesting shadows.
With a strong focus on the environment and sustainability, each light is sent in a small package made of recycled materials, with instructions for self assembly. Made in New Zealand by David Trubridge design since 2005.