Colossal Sculptural Lights By David Trubridge Have Been Added To A Treewalk In New Zealand – Design You Trust

Colossal Sculptural Lights By David Trubridge Have Been Added To A Treewalk In New Zealand

To help make your nights a little bit brighter, New Zealand based designer David Trubridge and Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua have worked together to create Redwoods Nightlights, New Zealand’s first design-led tourism experience that features a suspended tree walk surrounded by 30 of Trubridge’s custom made light fixtures. Each of the light fixtures included in the treewalk, some of which are over 8 feet tall, were first made in Trubridge’s workshop by him and his team.

More info: David Trubridge, Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua (h/t: contemporist)

Once the light fixtures were complete they were then assembled and installed in the forest around the bridges making up the treewalk. Some of the lights were suspended over 80 feet above the ground, while others completely circle portions of the tree trunks, creating a dynamic light display for the entirety of the walk.

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