A pendant lighting fixture that pays homage to the honeycomb architecture of a bee’s nest, the interlocking segments are inspired by natural geometry and create a lightweight yet robust construction. This work is based on the principles of environmentally conscious design.
Made from Bamboo, assembled without the use of glues or adhesives and utilising natural timber finishes for optimum levels of interior air quality, it symbolises the convergence of craft and modern manufacturing.
Available in Natural or Dark Bamboo
Large: 600d Medium: 400d. Custom sizes available on request.
Light Source 240 V 20W Fluorescent / LED Opal
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Edward Linacre graduated from Industrial Design at Swinburne University in 2010 with First Class Honours, and has been working for Melbourne consultancy CP Design for the past two years. Alongside his work, he has been developing several products as freelance designer. Edward studied Product Design in Germany where he won the HAWK Hildesheim university furniture design prize. This led onto a 6 month internship at international consultancy wiege Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH. He has since received numerous prestigious national and international awards for his work, ranging from furniture to product design engineering, including the DIA Vic/Tas Graduate of the Year Award, and the Global James Dyson Award.
Edward is driven to understanding design from the intimate to the global scale. Fascinated by the emotional connections one can build with their favorite coffee cup, yet conscious of the disastrous environmental, social and cultural consequences of over-consumption, he aims to develop truly appropriate and responsible solutions.