Tuesday 1 March 2011

Jessica – a universal lighting tool for modern street lighting

In the 1950s, the first upswept street lanterns started to dominate the streets of many German cities. Now, 60 years later, Selux has reinterpreted this universal upswept pole design with linear fluorescent luminaire in the Jessica. The shape of the luminaire head has been completely revised and its design reduced to the essentials. The flat luminaire housing appears to be melting into the slim 15° degree upswept pole to form a single puristic unit while, for use as a pole-top fixture, a variant with an arm has also been developed. Its reserved look by day enables it to blend harmoniously into the urban environment while at the same time, this universal light tool represents a fine balance between design quality and sophisticated lighting technology. The Jessica product family is particularly suitable for the lighting of distributor roads, public highways, car parks, business parks and residential streets.

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