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Reused / Recycled materials i 0%

Recyclable materials i 0%

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Toxic free i 0%

Non petroleum plastics i 0%

Transport Emitions generated from origin to the factory 0kg CO2

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Made in New Zealand

Product weight 0.5kg

Distance kg CO2 eq
100 km 0.017 kg CO2 eq
500 km 0.084 kg CO2 eq
1.000 km 1.128 kg CO2 eq
3.000 km 3.384 kg CO2 eq
6.000 km 6.768 kg CO2 eq
10.000 km 11.28 kg CO2 eq
15.000 km 16.92 kg CO2 eq

Use life cycle 8 years

Aesthetical life cycle 7.9 years

Emisions generated by Material 1 0 kg CO2 eq

Emisions generated by Material 2 0 kg CO2 eq

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KINA designed by David Trubridge

References Inner shell of the local saltwater sea urchin called kina in Māori which is often found washed ashore on the beaches of New Zealand.


Characteristics of KINA

Main Raw Material Aluminum Plywood and Nylon Clips Width (cm) 440
Depth (cm) 440 Height (cm) 200
Dimensions (Packed) 570x255x50 Weight Packed (Kg.) 0.7500
Weight (Kg.) 0.5

General description of KINA

Kina refers to the inner shell of the local saltwater sea urchin called kina in Maori. David saw a kina shell in Antarctica - an exquisite gem sunk into a small hole in the sea ice. The shell had absorbed enough heat from the sun to melt the ice that surrounded it.

Kina comes in 5 sizes ranging from 400 mm in diameter to 1600 mm in diameter. The plywood finish can be all natural, caramel or painted on one side creating a stock selection of 11 options.