Elegantly complementing public spaces during the day as well as making them more accessible and safe at night.
The fixture emits a glare-free downward directed light. The light source is hidden at the top, inside the asymmetric carving on the side of the post, where the gradient serves as a reflector that softens the light and forms a pleasant organic shape on the ground below. To optimise the flexibility in the lighting design, the illumination is adjustable with plus/minus 5° vertical and 360° horizontal, allowing for a more varied light distribution. The fixture is based on a modular principle and can in some configurations be built with up to four highly flexible light heads on one pole.
Simple and beautiful design.
True to Scandinavian design traditions, form follows function is a driving tenet of Danish lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen. The form of each product is not designed for its shape but for its ability to shape the light it gives. The origin of this principle can be traced to Poul Henningsen’s three-shade system, an iconic Poulsen piece that encapsulates the dualities of light and form.
In close partnership with designers, architects and other talents including Arne Jacobsen,Verner Panton,Oivind Slaatto, Alfred Homann, Oki Sato and Louise Campbell, Louis Poulsen are a leading global manufacturer of architectural and decorative lighting. Each Louis Poulsen piece is underpinned by a glare-free approach, where the fittings reflect, reveal, expose and absorb light to create beauty and ambience.
Established in 1874.