An Artful New Light Inspired by Nature by

Issue 90 · London Design 2013 · September 20, 2013

An Artful New Light Inspired by Nature

Issue 90 · London Design 2013 · September 20, 2013

Spotted at London Design Week 2013: Inspired by the Manuka flower of New Zealand, David Trubridge adds a layer of polycarbonate petals to a base of bamboo petals to replicate the delicate, five-pointed blossoms of the native blossom. The Manuka Light's embedded LED bulbs cast razor sharp intricate patterns around the room, keeping things bright and interesting on the inside. The Manuka Light is available through Holloways of Ludlow in the UK and Wakanine in the US.

Manuka Light by David Trubridge, Bamboo and polycarbonate pendant | Remodelista

Above: The Manuka Light was inspired by the Manuka flower.

Manuka Light by David Trubridge, Bamboo and polycarbonate pendant, embedded LED bulb | Remodelista

Above: LED bulbs are embedded into the structure of the shade.

Manuka Light by David Trubridge, Bamboo and polycarbonate pendant with shadows | Remodelista

Above: Polycarbonate and bamboo petals form an intricate pattern and cast interesting shadows. 

David Trubridge stand at Design Junction, London Design Week 2013 | Remodelista  

Above: The David Trubridge stand at Design Junction 2013. Photograph by Christine Chang Hanway.

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