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Harbour Norrtälje
Norrtälje, Sweden

  • project Harbour Norrtälje
  • client Norrtälje Kommun (Norrtälje Municipality)
  • landscape architect Sydväst arkitektur & landskap AB

  • lighting designer Frida Nordmark / Light Bureau, Copenhagen
  • photographer Werner Nystrand
  • Representation Selux Sverige

The Swe­dish town of Nor­rtälje on the Baltic Sea was foun­ded in 1622 by King Gustav II Adolf and is loca­ted around 70 kilo­me­t­res north of Stock­holm. For Norrtälje’s har­bour, the muni­ci­pal coun­cil wanted a new ligh­ting con­cept devel­o­ped.

As a solu­tion, the lands­cape archi­tects von Sydväst arki­tek­tur & lands­kap AB and ligh­ting desig­ner Frida Nord­mark from the Light Bureau in Copen­ha­gen came up with the idea of a warm, low ligh­ting point that was remi­nis­cent of the light from a his­to­ri­cal ship’s lan­tern. The ligh­ting con­cept was imple­men­ted using Selux Elo bol­lards.

Elo’s mini­ma­list design lan­gu­age blends in har­mo­niously with the mari­time style of the sur­roun­ding lands­cape. The bol­lards are 800 mm high and fitted with a gold ver­sion of the double Tritec module. This module and the light colour used of 2700 Kelvin not only ensure safety and effec­tive orien­ta­tion but warm ligh­ting of Nor­rtälje harbour’s sur­roun­ding area.

  • Selux is introducing a new cylindrical bollard luminaire with a highly attractive minimalist design for illumination of paths, entrance areas and access roads for buildings. With its reserved yet striking appearance by day and night, the Elo provides uniform lighting at comparatively low heights. Like an elegant signpost, its balanced, soft light is emitted on all sides or in a forward direction providing safety and guidance. The Tritec module’s combination of prism ring lens and hexagonally structured reflecting sphere provides maximum anti-glare with a premium quality look and distinctive aesthetic that is also visible from afar.

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