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Latina

1998
Beth Galí

Streetlight of extraordinary plastic beauty for lighting large urban spaces. Shaped like a lateen sail, it is reminiscent of dock cranes and stands powerfully with a bold visual presence and use that is in keeping with its size.

It comprises two well-known parts: an initial Corten steel shaft and two galvanised steel tubes, one of which holds up to 5 floodlights and the other is a brace that lends rigidity to the entire structure.

Technical information
Materials and finishes
Shaft made of corten steel, 7 m high, with upper rectangular cross-section base and a forked cross-section. It can be delivered in galvanised steel and painted. Floodlight support made of stainless-steel tube, with rectangular cross-section for five revolving floodlights. Brace made of round hot-dip galvanised steel tube. Directional Arne floodlights.
Installation and maintenance
The pole is fixed using a concrete cube, with groove for wiring, made on-site and four pole anchor bolts, 24 cm below the pavement surface. The element is delivered disassembled in four parts: pole, structure, brace and floodlights. Instructions, screws, template and pole anchor bolts are included.
Weight
895 kg.
Hot-dip galvanised steel

Light grey

Steel

Corten

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