Designed by Le Corbusier for the Unit. d’habitation in Marseille in 1952, this brutalist floor light by Nemo has been reissued with LED technology for the North American market. Weighing in at almost 53 kilograms and standing nearly 60 centimetres tall, each lamp is handcrafted from concrete and can illuminate large expanses.
This vertical wall-mounted LED fixture by Piero Lissoni for Flos directs light both upward and downward to wash exterior walls in a flattering light. Its geometric die-cast aluminum body (in white, brown, black, anthracite, grey or green) and glass lenses are designed to minimize glare.
Constantly evolving, Landscape Forms’ Leo is now offered in four pole heights, with the tallest reaching 7.6 metres. The die-cast aluminum body (in white, brown, black, anthracite, grey or green) and glass lenses are designed to minimize glare.
Among the many features of the 1.2-metre Rail LED system (by K-array) for interiors are varied light distributions (symmetrical, asymmetrical, fixed or adjustable spotlights), multiple mounting options (flush, semi-flush, suspended and more) and embedded fibreglass audio transducers.
From footlights to street lamps, these fixtures illuminate and elevate civic space.