Junction design creates a new light fixture
When developing the Lighting Design for the Zaragoza Water Park, we aimed to create a light column that would solve the lighting levels of the project while being perceived as one single element. We wanted to avoid the three-element concept (pole + arm + light), and achieve the communication of a sole element.
The design of the junction element between two cylindrical bodies (pole and luminaire) emerged, with the premise of ensuring that its design would give value to the ensemble as a singular element. The joint was based on the concept of stability of the triangle (being stable on any of its sides), while also indicating direction and hierarchy between two elements. The final proportions arose from creating an X when adding the luminaire.
The iroll 65 system can be applied to poles in order to become a coordinated feature for urban furniture and public spaces. Thanks to its asymmetrical optics, it produces a light distribution that is particularly suitable for pedestrian walkways and cycle lanes.