Geometric and precise. Almost mathematical synthesis.
Sam Hecht and Kim Colin designed the Slope luminaire drawing a gentle profile with a subtle angle of just nine degrees that avoids lighting contamination and glaring. Such as the slopes of a hill or a street, typical form in any urban topography, Slope gently blends in the landscape.
The family was designed to adapt to all types of pre-existing mount and to light any public or private space. The arm rotation and vertical flow of the luminaire afford non-invasive, efficient and comfortable lighting. It incorporates a wide range of street distributions that guarantee uniform lighting values, visual comfort and low maintenance.
Poles made of hot-dip galvanised and primed steel, painted with the same finish: 3,60 m, 4,40 m, 5,20 m and 6,00m heights, with one circular tube section of Ø 114,3 mm; 6,20 m height, with two circular tube sections of Ø 114,3 mm at the top and Ø152 mm at the bottom.
The pole is fixed using a concrete cube, with groove for wiring, made on-site and four pole anchor bolts, 20 cm below the pavement surface.
Delivered in two parts: luminaire and accessories; or three parts: luminaire, accessories and pole.
Instructions, screws, template and pole anchor bolts are included.
Slope luminaire is compatible with Arne, Arne S, Rama and Candela.
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