The fixture emits light directed downwards. The shades have a white painted undersurface to achieve optimal light reflection and produce a characteristic symmetric light pattern around the fixture.
The fixture emits an asymmetrical non glaring wide light directed downwards. The light creates an organic pattern on the surface where the bollard is mounted.
With a minimalistic design and the possibility of having light output on up to three sides the bollard blend in very well in modern architecture and gives a lot of opportunities for tailored use.
The fixture emits symmetrical light directed downward. The relation between the slightly curved top shade and the angle of the inner opal diffuser ensures a wide non glare light distribution.
... designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the light downwards. The shades have a matt white painted interior surface, diffusing the light in a comfortable way.
... and uniform light distribution due to the internal reflector. A vertical light distribution secures a good face recognition and the feeling of safety. The combination of inner reflector and clear diffuser ...
... screen the fixture emits soft comfortable and symmetric light. With a clear, half shaded screen the fixture emits non-glare symmetric light directed downwards. The half shade helps to channel the light.
The light is directed 100% downwards and the shade has a matt white painted interior emitting a soft, diffused, comfortable light.
The fixture emits 100% glare-free downward light. The light distribution is symmetric and soft. The four supports create an comfortable symmetric light pattern at ground level.