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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