Thanks to its precise optics, the Inula does not emit any disruptive scattered light, and so protects the night sky against light pollution.

Using light to design the night

A pitch-black night sky with glistening stars is much more than just the perfect background for designing urban space using light. A Night Sky is important for natural rhythms too and as a result for the well-being of human beings, animals and plants. Rather than more light, it is often just greater light precision that is required in public spaces around buildings, in parks or at other locations. With their special lighting technology and controlled illumination of areas, Inula bollards and light columns have earned the ‘Night Sky’ epithet– as officially recognised by the International Night Sky Association (IDA). With an extremely reduced design, the cylindrical luminaires offer guided, attractive and efficient light that is free of light scatter. The Inula bollard and light columns form a single consistent, modular system. With different heights, light distributions, light colours and power levels, planners can react individually to situations and lighting tasks in exterior areas using Inula.

Scaling of light

The Inula light column can be fitted with one or two modules depending on the demand for luminous flux or strength of illumination.

Light distributions — Light column

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Light distributions — Bollard

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