Flax pendant

Supplier:
David Trubridge

“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 the central stalk of the flax bush, where will the bellbird feed?” They would only take some of the outer leaves to ensure an ongoing supply. 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

To see the Flax pendant used in the Boatsheds project on ArchitectureNow, click here.

The Flax pendant is available in two sizes and nine colours
The Flax pendant is available in two sizes and nine colours

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David Trubridge

David Trubridge is a New Zealand-based designer whose lighting, furniture and sculptural installations can be found in homes and commercial spaces all over the world.

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David Trubridge

David Trubridge is a New Zealand-based designer whose lighting, furniture and sculptural installations can be found in homes and commercial spaces all over the world.

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