Dimensions: 62cm (H) x 30cm (W) / 24.4" (H) x 11.8" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The Kirana Tripod 30 is one of the standing lamps from our Bambusa collection. It works beautifully on a work desk or nightstand.
For this collection, each lampshade has been crafted by hand out of layers of thinly sliced bamboo. This creates the iconic ‘Shell’ lampshade. It takes a handful of men to pull the lampshade into this shape.
Height: 62 cm
Length: 23 cm
Width: 30 cm
Just the lampshade:
Length: 27 cm
Width: 30 cm
Height: 16 cm
The tripod comes with a European power cable. The light bulb is not supplied as we ship internationally, but we recommend the following bulb: Philips LED 5W, 410lm, 2500K, dimmable with the E27 fitting for a warm flame-like glow.
Cable Length: 1.40 cm
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Our collection of bamboo design lamps are made from the natural material bamboo, in an organic shape.
With their undulating forms and fascinating curvatures, these lights bounce light into the room like no other. The design method and materials go hand in hand with our belief that luxurious home decor can also be sustainable.
THE KIRANA EDIT
Kirana is the name given to the standing lamps from our Bambusa collection. Our lamps are fittingly named after the Indonesian term ‘Kirana’, which stands for a ‘ray’ (of light), or all that is beautiful. Capturing the essence of these lights is easy. On the other hand, capturing the dazzling amount of angles they can be photographed is a mission on its own. Every angle you turn the lights, a new form and feel is created. We invite you to explore the collection and ponder upon which corner you favour the shell shape because we still haven’t decided yet!
The lampshade is made from bamboo and fitted on a tripod made from high-quality bronze and V-Legal certified wood. This means that the timber comes from a certified and legal wood source in Indonesia. Read about our sustainability practises here
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Based in: The Netherlands
I was born in the Netherlands, but raised abroad in Belgium, Spain, Hungary, and the USA before returning to the Netherlands in my late teens. During my time as an expat, a common ground that I maintained in each country was to seek out creative environments, always partaking in various fine arts and photography classes. I painted abstract and surrealism for many years, and practiced various arts such as silkscreen painting, portrait drawing, and printing at Silvermine Arts Academy. I photographed and developed B&W analogs myself as well as helped curate a museum exhibition at Bush Holley in Greenwich, CT. I further pursued my creative career by studying at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute of Technology, where I learned about concept developing and branding. This is also when I met my (business) partner Jake Richmond.
I have also always had a great affinity with sustainability. It feels like a given to me that our impact on the planet must be minimal wherever possible and that we have to give back to Mother Nature as much as we take from her. When I discovered, partly via AMFI, that many luxury brands don't practise environmental ethics, I decided to embark on a quest to redefine sustainable luxury. With this in mind, Jake and I conceptualised Sooka, a creative studio and conscious luxury brand. But the story of how Sooka came about actually started long before Jake and I officially established ourselves as a company in 2017.
Jake and I had both visited Indonesia since the early 2000s (Jake) and 2012 (Eva). Over time, we came into contact with the most talented artists and artisans. We were invited into their homes where we drank coffee and listened to their stories about their forefathers, how they learned their craft, and more. And each year we came back to Indonesia, our desire to create became stronger. It was in 2017 that we decided to pursue this passion. Now, Sooka is a collective consisting of 30 of the most talented Balinese and Javanese craftsmen, which give shape to our design visions. We only work with the best artisans, which means that our pieces are created in limited pieces.
For Sooka, I conceptualized and Jake designed our 'Eternity of Remarkable Species', a collection of bronze sculptures of endangered species. These pieces serve to raise awareness of the fragility of the species. Their eternal-ness has been solidified into a 2000 Celsius bronze sculpture. We also offer stunning lampshades made from the fast-growing material of bamboo.
Join us on our journey of redefining sustainable luxury.
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