Navicula

Navicula P 0001 David Trubridge Navicula 1500 Feature Bamboo Sustainable Light Fixture Above Table Photo Simon Devitt

Navicula

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About

Navicula (2016) is inspired microscopic diatoms that float around in the oceans. They take more carbon out of the atmosphere than anything else - more than all the world’s tropical rainforests. Through photosynthesis, they liberate enough oxygen for our every second breath. Ideal for over a dining table, lounge, foyer, reception or as a sculptural lighting feature. Does not act as a sole light source.

Dimensions

Small

Width: 570mm (22”)

Height: 200mm (8”)

Length: 144 mm (57”)

Weight: 2kg (4.4lb)

Medium

Width: 900mm (35”)

Height: 380mm (15”)

Length: 1950mm (77”)

Weight: 3kg (6.6lb)

Large

Width: 1000mm (39”

Height: 450mm (18”)

Length: 2500mm (98”)

Weight: 6kg (13.2lb)

Packaging

Small

1130mm x 750mm x 90mm (44” x 30” x 4”)

Volume: 0.076m3 (2.7ft3)

Weight: 6kg (13.2lb)

Medium

1130mm x 750mm x 90 mm (44” x 30” x 4”)

Volume: 0.076m3 (2.7ft3)

Weight: 7kg (15.4lb)

Large

1280mm x 925mm x 130mm (50” x 36” x 5”)

Volume: 0.154m3 (5.4ft3)

Weight: 13kg (28.7lb)

Lamp

LED Strip (Tridonic)

2700K (Warm White)

Dimmable

CRI: 90

24 Volts DC

LED ceiling facing

5000mm Cord Length

5000mm Stainless trace

Materials

Plywood (components)

Nylon (Clips)

Aluminium (Used in heatsink)

Polycarbonate (Used in LED diffuser)

Steel (screws)

Stainless Cables

Led Strip

Finishes

Natural

Caramel

White (one or two sides)

Black one side (inside or outside)

Black two sides

Pink

Blue

Orange

Red

Aqua

Lime

Custom

Awards

Gold Award, Best Award, New Zealand, 2016

Good Design Award, Chicago Atheneum, 2017

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David Trubridge Navicula Feature Bamboo Sustainable Light Fixture 1500 Photo Simon Devitt

Case Study

This Pauanui beach home proudly displays its owners’ Polynesian heritage through well-considered architectural moves. The home features our Navicula Feature Pendant.

There is a sense of rightness, of belonging, that some houses manage to capture and this collection of pavilions on a waterfront site in Pauanui does just that. Buildings that reflect place and culture will always have this advantage.

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