Navicula ceiling lamp is a creation by David Trubidge and have a exclusive design derived from nature, in this case from one of the many microscopic diatoms that float around in the oceans. If you want some decoration ideas and home decor ideas you are at the right place, so stay tuned.
This chandelier is available on tree different sizes: small, medium and large. The flowing, segmented form is shipped as flatpack and assembled on site with push-in nylon clips.
The Navicula Pendant Light was designed in 2016, and is made to order in New Zealand. Inspired by the natural form of the algae with which it shares its name, the Navicula Pendant Light features a captivating flowing shape.
Suspended from a round canopy by two cables, the structure of this modern pendant light is made of thin, curved pieces of responsibly sourced bamboo lamp plywood.
Creating a unique combination of bold and soft, the bamboo strips are assembled together to create a curved shape with open slits.
Housed within the center of the structure is the LED light strip, which casts light up towards the ceiling.
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When illuminated, this decorative pendant light casts both indirect, ambient light as well as stunning display of light and shadows on the ceiling.
Projecting the image of floating in air just as algae floats in water, the Navicula Pendant Light is ideal for illuminating and making the best design statement in any foyer, bedroom, dining room, or living room.
After sailing the Pacific with his family for several years, David Trubridge landed in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, in 1985 and stayed, beginning to design lighting in 2004.
Inspired by the natural and cultural environment there, his airy, contemporary design are constructed from sustainable wood, nontoxic oils and recyclable plastics.
David Trubridges environmentally responsible designs, like his Coral pendant, were an instigator of the international “raw sophistication” trend.