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David Trubridge

Trubridge's work has become widely celebrated for its innovative, environmentally sensitive qualities. A fascination with nature has led him to develop collections which are inspired by flora, fauna and formations within the landscape. These include lighting, furniture, large scale commissions and sculptural pieces which are all designed with longevity in mind and integrity at their core. Perhaps...read more


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David Trubridge New Sling Recliner Chair

Regular Price: $23,000.00

Sale Price $14,990.00

New Sling is a hybrid, built to the shape of Sling with the construction method of the original Body Raft which is made under license by Cappellini. Its appearance could refer to reed boats of South America and Arabia or to early wooden aircraft construction.
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David Trubridge Aluminum Coral Light

$1,720.00
Coral is based on one of the geometric polyhedra that have interested David since he was a boy. The intricate form is made from just one single component repeated 60 times. Originally designed purely as an experiment, it only became a light later when David tried to find a use for it by putting a bulb inside. This was a pivotal moment. What followed was a whole new direction in exploring lighting structures made from minimal shell-like skins which also act as patterned shadow makers.
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David Trubridge Aluminum Floral Light

$1,720.00
Floral designed three years after Coral light, is based on a geometric polyhedra forms. The intricate form is made from just one single component repeated 60 times. Floral was designed to offer a softer more decorative offering alongside Coral which is more structured.
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David Trubridge Caramel Bamboo Ulu Light - Painted

$1,140.00
Ulu is the Tahitian name for the breadfruit tree. The design of the shapes is based on the lovely bold leaves of this tree. It has a delicious large round fruit which David and his family ate as much as they could when they lived there.
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David Trubridge Flax Light

$1,280.00
Flax is based on the long slender leaves of the indigenous flax plant or harakeke in Maori. It has long been grown for its valuable fibre. There is a Maori proverb about preserving important resources: If you cut the central stalk of the flax bush, where will the bellbird feed? Maori would only take some of the outer leaves to ensure an ongoing supply.
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David Trubridge Flax Light - Stained Color

$1,710.00
Flax is based on the long slender leaves of the indigenous flax plant or harakeke in Maori. It has long been grown for its valuable fibre. There is a Maori proverb about preserving important resources: If you cut the central stalk of the flax bush, where will the bellbird feed? Maori would only take some of the outer leaves to ensure an ongoing supply.
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David Trubridge Caramel Bamboo Flax Light - Painted

$1,280.00
Flax is based on the long slender leaves of the indigenous flax plant or harakeke in Maori. It has long been grown for its valuable fibre. There is a Maori proverb about preserving important resources: If you cut the central stalk of the flax bush, where will the bellbird feed? Maori would only take some of the outer leaves to ensure an ongoing supply.
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David Trubridge Nikau Light - Stained Color

$1,260.00
Nikau is the only indigenous palm tree in New Zealand, named apparently because unlike the coconut palm familiar to Polynesians, it has no nuts. The fronds from the palm were traditionally used for thatching and weaving. It has a large bulb at the top of its trunk and its leaves overlap in the criss-cross patterns which inspired this light.
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David Trubridge Natural Bamboo Nikau Light - Painted

$1,260.00
Nikau is the only indigenous palm tree in New Zealand, named apparently because unlike the coconut palm familiar to Polynesians, it has no nuts. The fronds from the palm were traditionally used for thatching and weaving. It has a large bulb at the top of its trunk and its leaves overlap in the criss-cross patterns which inspired this light.
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David Trubridge Caramel Nikau Light - Painted

$1,785.00
Nikau is the only indigenous palm tree in New Zealand, named apparently because unlike the coconut palm familiar to Polynesians, it has no nuts. The fronds from the palm were traditionally used for thatching and weaving. It has a large bulb at the top of its trunk and its leaves overlap in the criss-cross patterns which inspired this light.
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