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Coral Pendant Light
  • From $459.00
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Coral Pendant Light

  • $459.00

The Coral Pendant Light by David Trubridge not only creates an ambient, rich atmosphere, evoking intimacy and warmth within a space but are also constructed with sustainably sourced bamboo and without the use of chemical finishes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“This form is based on the structure of a geometric polyhedron. Every piece is identical, making home assembly easy. The way it grows outwards with fingers reminds me of coral. I love to snorkel over reefs exploring the amazing detail and structure of all the various corals. 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

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Diameter

400mm | 600mm | 800mm; 1000mm | 1200mm | 1700mm

Finish

Natural | Caramel | Aqua | Lime | Orange | Red | Yellow | Black | White

Suspension

2000mm

Globe

Not Included — E14 for 400mm | E27 Max 60W all other sizes 

Made in

New Zealand

Conditions Dry Interiors
Maintenance Cleaned with a soft cloth dampened in warm soapy water. (light Switched off)
Warranty 3 years for the failure of parts.

Lead Time

Please allow approximately 5 – 7 business days. 
If out of stock, please allow approximately 2 – 4 weeks.

This Pendant is flat packed for a reduced environmental footprint. Assembly time requires 45 mins. Assembly of shade is assisted by printed instructions included or video below. 

Instructions

Click here for 400 Assembly Guide
Click here for 600 & 800 Assembly Guide
Click here for 1000 &1200 Assembly Guide
Click here for 1600 Assembly Guide

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Assembly Video

  • SKU: DT74P-1

The Coral Pendant Light by David Trubridge not only creates an ambient, rich atmosphere, evoking intimacy and warmth within a space but are also constructed with sustainably sourced bamboo and without the use of chemical finishes.                                                                   ...

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Hīnaki Pendant Light
  • From $429.00
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Hīnaki Pendant Light

  • $429.00

“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

The Seed System range, by David Trubridge, focuses on creating beautiful fixtures with minimal impact on the environment that inspired them. Made from bamboo plywood and avoiding chemical finishes, these pendant lights are all flatpacked and arrive ready for you to assemble.

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Diameter  170mm | 320mm | 500mm
Height 500mm | 900mm | 1400mm
Suspension 2000mm
Globe E14/SES (500mm) |  E27 / ES max 60w (not included)
Made In New Zealand
Conditions Dry Interiors
Maintenance Cleaned with a soft cloth dampened in warm soapy water. (light Switched off)
Warranty 3 years for the failure of parts.
Lead Time Please allow approximately 5 – 7 business days. 
If out of stock, please allow approximately 2 – 4 weeks.

This Pendant is flat packed for a reduced environmental footprint. Assembly time requires 30 mins. Assembly of shade is assisted by printed instructions included or video below. 

Instructions

Click Here for Installation Guide

Assembly Video

  • SKU: DT124P

“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, whi...

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Kōura Pendant Light
  • From $559.00
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Kōura Pendant Light

  • $559.00

The Koura is the Maori name for the small fresh water shrimps found in New Zealand’s rivers.  They curl up in this shape.  This shape is mirrored again in the similar woven baskets used to catch them.  

Caramel finish is also available.  Please get in touch for price.

David Trubridge designs not only create an ambient, rich atmosphere, evoking intimacy and warmth within a space but are also constructed with sustainably sourced bamboo and avoid chemical finishes.

Click here for: More on David Trubridge >
Click here for: How to style David's designs in your space >

Please Note:
Varients are determined by the height

Crafted In 
Width 300 mm | 420mm | 550 mm | 950 mm | 1100 mm |  1400 mm
Height 500 mm | 750mm970 mm | 1600 mm | 2000 mm | 2400 mm
Depth 500 mm | 420 mm | 550 mm | 950 mm | 1100 mm | 1400 mm
Suspension 2000mm ( for the 1600H & above suspension is  5000mm)
Globe 500mm = E14 750 & above = E27 (globe not included)
Wattage 60W
Conditions Dry Interiors
Maintenance Cleaned with a soft cloth dampened in warm soapy water. (light Switched off)
Warranty 3 years for the failure of parts.
Materials Bamboo Plywood
Made In New Zealand
Lead Time If not in stock 2-4 weeks | express options available

This Pendant is flat packed for a reduced environmental footprint. Assembly time requires 45 mins. Assembly of shade is assisted by printed instructions included or video below. 

Instructions

Click here for Installation Guide

Assembly Video

  • SKU: DT250P-1

The Koura is the Maori name for the small fresh water shrimps found in New Zealand’s rivers.  They curl up in this shape.  This shape is mirrored again in the similar woven baskets used to catch them.   Caramel finish is also available.  Please get in touch for price. David Trubridge designs not ...

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Sola Pendant Light
  • From $3,132.00
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Sola Pendant Light

  • $3,132.00
“Sola is based on the Greek myth, Icarus, about the boy who flew too close to the Sun. Sola represents the Sun which gets too hot if you fly too high. The shapes look a little like the flares that form and curl on the surface and edge of the Sun. Sola is based on the same geometry as our Coral light, with the same total number of shapes, but with extra limbs and connections.”

 - David Trubridge  

Caramel finish is also available.  Please get in touch for price.

This stunning spherical pendant light is available in three sizes and in either natural or with an orange interior. The charming Sola pendant light has been constructed from sustainably sourced bamboo plywood with an avoidance of chemical finishes. To further reduce the company's environmental footprint, David Trubridge has also developed kitset packaging for his pendant lights with ease of assembly.

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Diameter 800mm | 1000mm | 1350mm
Assembly Time Approximately 240 minutes
Material Bamboo or Hoop Pine Plywood
Finishes Natural | Cameral | Aqua | Lime | Red | Orange | Yellow | Black | White
Globe E27 / ES (Not included)
Conditions Dry Interiors
Maintenance Cleaned with a soft cloth dampened in warm soapy water. (light Switched off)
Warranty 3 years for the failure of parts.
Lead Time Please allow approximately 5 – 7 business days. 
If out of stock, please allow approximately 2 – 4 weeks.

This Pendant is flat packed for a reduced environmental footprint. Assembly time requires 120 mins. Assembly of shade is assisted by printed instructions included or video below. 

Instructions

 Click Here for Installation Guide

 

Assembly Video

  • SKU: DT319P-1

“Sola is based on the Greek myth, Icarus, about the boy who flew too close to the Sun. Sola represents the Sun which gets too hot if you fly too high. The shapes look a little like the flares that form and curl on the surface and edge of the Sun. Sola is based on the same geometry as our Coral li...

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Nīkau Pendant Light
  • From $849.00
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Nīkau Pendant Light

  • $849.00
“Nikau is the name of the only indigenous palm tree in New Zealand. It has a large bulb at the top of its trunk and its leaves overlap in similar patterns. It was traditionally used for thatching and weaving, much like the coconut palm. But the early Maori arrivals were disappointed to see no coconuts on it, which is a possible source of the name: “no nuts!” ”

- David Trubridge

The stunning Nikau pendant is another great instalment to Trubridge's Seed System range. These incredible pieces have all been inspired by New Zealand's vast natural beauty. To ensure minimal impact on the environment, Trubridge has not only constructed the Seed System pendants with bamboo ply with an avoidance of chemical finishes; but through market research has determined that reducing freight volume through developing kitsets drastically reduces the company's environmental footprint.

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Diameter 405mm (both sizes)
Height 820mm (half), 1615mm (full
Suspension 3000mm
Globe E27 / ES max 60w
Made In New Zealand
Conditions Dry Interiors
Maintenance Cleaned with a soft cloth dampened in warm soapy water. (light Switched off)
Warranty 3 years for the failure of parts.
Lead Time

If not in stock approx 2-4 weeks - express options available

This Pendant is flat packed for a reduced environmental footprint. Assembly time requires 120 mins. Assembly of shade is assisted by printed instructions included or video below. 

Assembly Video

  • SKU: DT253P

“Nikau is the name of the only indigenous palm tree in New Zealand. It has a large bulb at the top of its trunk and its leaves overlap in similar patterns. It was traditionally used for thatching and weaving, much like the coconut palm. But the early Maori arrivals were disappointed to see no coc...

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