Hinaki

David Trubridge

$290.00 was $310.00

  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in Natural
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in Caramel
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Lime
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Yellow
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Red
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Aqua
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Orange
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted White Both Sides
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted White One Side
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Black One Side
  • Hinaki light by David Trubridge in painted Black Both Sides
  • Lifestyle photo of the David Trubridge Hinaki pendant
  • Lifestyle photo of the David Trubridge Hinaki pendant

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  • Description
  • Artist Bio
  • "Fish traps are called hinaki by Maori, though often the name is used specifically for an eel trap. They were made from woven vines, some in amazingly beautiful forms. The first light I ever made in 1995 was also shaped like this and called Hinaki. Our kitsets significantly reduce freighting, which is one of our ways of doing what we can to help preserve our beautiful sea and land environments" - David Trubridge

    Details:

    - Seed System kitset lightshade

    - 3 sizes; 1400 available in hoop pine only

    -1400 size recommended for professional assembly only

    - 12 stock colours or custom colours available on request

    - Construct your kitset following your our instructional video

    - Estimated time of kitset construction is 30 - 90 minutes, depending on product size

    Please allow 1-2 days for dispatch

  • David Trubridge graduated from Newcastle University in England in 1972 with a degree in Naval Architecture (Boat Design). Working as a forester part-time in rural Northumberland for a short period, he taught himself to make furniture. His carefully crafted designs were shown all over the UK.

    In 1981, Trubridge and his wife Linda set off to sail around the world with their two small sons. They sold all they had and bought ‘Hornpipe’, the yacht that was their home for the next ten years as they navigated their way throughout the Caribbean and the Pacific. 

    The family arrived in New Zealand in 1985. Deeply inspired by his impressions of the Pacific, Trubridge began to develop furniture which held close connotations with the sea.

    Fortunes changed dramatically for Trubridge with his re-launch of Body Raft which was taken to the Milan Furniture Fair in 2001 and brought into production by Cappellini. This signaled the transformation of the business from a small-scale model to one that has a considerable presence on the international lighting and furniture market.

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