nz designers | House of Aroha

By: House Of Aroha  06-Dec-2011

RS TRI-POD FLOOR LAMP

SMALL  ZED

HAND TURNED PLYWOOD TABLE LAMP
WITH HILLS OF HOME SHADE

Made in Clevedon Auckland, New Zealand.

Workroom has a focus on functionality and simplicity, this is articulated with clean lines and a natural finish.

Workroom has a emphasis on working with native timber and using recycled materials. Revealing as well as keeping the timbers most beautiful qualities.

Rebecca Snelling and her Father Doug have a innate sensibility for timber harking from the land of the Kauri In Northland, New Zealand. Doug has experience both as a builder and a dedicated resourceful craftsman teamed with Rebecca aesthetic, there does appear to be a sense of intuition, the family instinct.

LARGE ZED


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