Hinaki Pendant

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“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

Made of natural (untreated) bamboo ply. The flat pack kit includes the plastic assembly clips, a round white ceiling canopy and a 10' electrical cord with bulb socket that fits standard 100 watt, 120 volt incandescent bulbs.

The Hinaki Pendant is available in the indicated colors, with Side A / Side B. Images show Side A on the outside and Side B on the inside, but all pendants can be assembled with sides A and B swapped. All painted colors are available with Caramel at an additional cost. Custom colors are also available at an additional cost and extended lead time.

Measures–
500: 7" Diameter x 20" H
900: 13" Diameter x 35" H
1400: 20" Diameter x 55" H

This item ships conveniently flat packed and requires assembly.

Designed by David Trubridge. Made in New Zealand.

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While we do our best to provide the most accurate and up-to-date lead times online and in-store, items are occasionally backordered. Backordered items will ship upon availability. Should there be any change in delivery timeframe, we will contact you as soon as possible. Further details can be found on our Shipping and Delivery page.

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David Trubridge considers himself a "Cultural Designer," one whose designs encourage sustainable living while also nourishing people spiritually and culturally. As such, in the face of all the cookie-cutter, functional design out there that's good for the environment but otherwise lacking in expression, Trubridge's lighting and furniture designs have pleasingly personalized identities that engender pride in one's personal environment and, consequently, the environment of the world in general.

Each design is manufactured on site in New Zealand using sustainable practices throughout the process, from the harvesting of sustainably harvested timber to the use of non-toxic oil-based finishes to shipping each finished piece as a compact kit set for low-energy (and low-cost) shipping. (A beneficial side effect of this practice: Needing to assemble each piece at home makes the owner part of the cultural design process and serves to enhance the bond between the two.)

It's hard to believe that fixtures as large and airy and luminous as the spherical Coral and Floral pendants or the woven, fishing basket-shaped Koura could sprout from such minimal packaging. But so they do. Each assembled piece uses the minimum amount of material to maximum effect, and is classically designed and created with the highest craft standards for maximum longevity.

Designed by David Trubridge. Made in New Zealand.