Snowflake

“This is an outcome from my Antarctica trip. This is the same form as our Kina light but uses a snowfl ake like shape. I love the unexpected patterns set…
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Flax

“Flax, or harakeke, is a New Zealand indigenous plant and it has been grown for its valuable fibre. There is a Maori proverb about preserving important resources: If you cut…
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Hinaki

Fish traps are called hinaki by Maori, though often the name is used specifi cally for an eel trap. They were made from woven vines, some in amazingly beautiful forms.…
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Koura

“Koura is the Maori name for the small fresh water shrimps that live in our rivers. They curl up in this shape. This shape is mirrored again in the similar…
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Kina

“Kina is the Maori name for the local seaurchin. Under the spines the shell is shaped like this with similar surface patterns.” – David Trubridge. In order to reduce the…
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Floral

Similar to the CORAL light this form too is based on the structure of a geometric polyhedron. Every piece is identical, making home assembly easy. In order to reduce the…
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Coral

“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 fi ngers reminds me of…
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