Amsterdam, march 2016 -the Amsterdam Street lighting company Lightwell launches At the Light + Building fair (13-18 March 2016) in Frankfurt a spectacular brand new Street lantern designed By Architect Paco Bunnik: The SpringEye, a Innovative LED light mast, playful in shape, inspired by spring and nature. In Anticipation of the future, there is optional integration of WiFi, camera and dynamic motion detection. So That in Smart Cities you can find beautiful SpringEyes. Lightwell is ready. The SpringEye now too!
The SpringEye consists of a lamp pole of 6, 8 or 10 meters high where at the top-as if the blossom buds are-one, two or three spherical illumination elements are mounted. The shape of these lamps is actually derived from the geometric shape of the human eye. The SpringEye with one lamp creates asymmetrical light, with two lamps for square lighting around and with three lamps for square lighting with extra light.
The special design of the Hand of Paco Bunnik (1970) is the double curvature: “The design looks dynamic. By the possible clustering with different heights. But especially in the aesthetic and the functional detailing. The Plastic is pure gekromdverbonden with the classical round ball shape. The synthetic material is transparent as well as translucent. With This combination the SpringEye gives a friendly diffuse and a functional direct light image, ideal in an urban setting. I am very pleased with the result “
The SpringEye is produced from aluminium with a coated finish, making the lamp resistant to all weather conditions. The light distributor is partly matted and made of UV-resistant polycarbonate, the special LED optic is made of silicone.
Amsterdam, March 2016 -the Amsterdam streetlight Systems manufacturer Lightwell will Launch The SpringEye, a spectacular new streetlight Designed by Amsterdam based architect and Urban Designer Paco Bunnik, At The Light + Building trade fair (13-18 March) in Frankfurt. This innovative and playfully shaped LED lighting pole is inspired by spring and nature. Having been designed with the Smart Cities of the near future in mind, the SpringEye boasts optional integration of Wi-Fi, camera and dynamic motion detection.
The SpringEye consists of a lamp post of 6, 8 or 10 meters high, with one, two or three spherical light elements at the top, designed to resemble blossom buds. The shape of these light elements has in fact been derived from the geometric shape of the human eye. Equipped with a single light the fixture creates an asymmetrical light, twin lights will illuminate a full square. The triple lighted version delivers the same pattern with added intensity.
The special feature in the design by the Amsterdam architect Paco Bunnik (1970) is the double curve: “The design is dynamic not only because of the possible clustering on different heights, but in particular because of the aesthetic and functional details. The plastic is finely curved and connects to the classic round spherical shape. The plastic is transparent as well as translucent. Using This combination, the SpringEye radiates a hot diffused and functionally direct light display, ideal in an urban setting. I am very happy with the result “
The SpringEye is manufactured from aluminum with a powder-coated finish, making the lamp resistant to all weather conditions. The diffuser is partially frosted and made of UV-resistant polycarbonate. The special LED optics has been produced from silicon.