Hīnaki - David Trubridge
“Fish traps are called Hīnaki by Māori, 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 Hīnaki. 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 Hīnaki comes in three sizes with bamboo plywood as the main material which can be all Bamboo as priced above, or painted on one side thus creating a selection of different options, plus double-sided Black or White.
Bamboo, Red, Lime, Aqua, Blue, Pink, Orange, White, Black, White 2 Sides, Black 2 Sides
The Hīnaki pendant is made from sustainably sourced natural bamboo plywood. For the colour selections an acrylic low VOC (volatile organic compound) paint is used.
David Trubridge - Made in New Zealand
Materials: Bamboo Plywood
Colours: Bamboo (plus other colours / combinations listed above)
Globe: E27 60Max
Dimensions 500: H 500mm | Ø 170mm
Dimensions 900: H 900mm | Ø 320mm
Dimensions 1400: H 1400mm | Ø 500mm
Suspension: 800 & 900 - 2m Cordset | 1400 - 3 x 5m Suspension Wires
(Black comes with black cordset and fasteners. All others come with white cordset and clear fasteners. Custom lengths available on request)
Warranty: This light is warranted for three years from date of purchase for failure of parts
Please note, each fitting comes flat packed to minimise impact on the earth. Average assembly time is 120 mins, printed instructions included in box or see assembly videos here.
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