Key facts

Product:
Ful
Family:
Ful
Manufacturer:
Escofet 1886 >
Designer:
Jaume Artigues >, Pere Cabrera >
Architonic ID:
1039405
Country:
Spain
Launched:
1998
Manufacturer groups :
Outdoor lighting-Street lights >
Groups:
Outdoor lighting-Street lights >

Product description

Tapered column made of Cor-Ten steel (5mm), Galvanized steel (4mm), Inspection hatch and lock with rectangular tube key. / Projector support stainless steel. / Anchored with screws / Ful 12: 254 Kg., Ful 10: 184 Kg., Ful 9: 159 Kg., Ful 7/10: 149 Kg., Ful 7/9: 162 Kg., Ful 5: 112 Kg

Concept

FUL is a street light series with a conical section and variable curvature, providing considerable freedom to optimise their orientation and create a formal result in apparent movement. The tree-like composition of this series enhances its integration into vegetated environments, while the multiplication of the luminaries produces well-distributed and uniform light. Small overlapping luminaries with soft reflected light contrast with the considerable height of the poles, accentuating the distance between the user at ground level and the light sources, creating a sense of walking in starlight. The pillars are in COR-TEN and galvanised steel, with anchorage points for various types of commercial lamps available for outdoor use. The choice and angle of the reflector help to ensure that the light is shed vertically to prevent light pollution. FUL street lights were initially designed in 1998 by architects Jaume Artigues and Pere Cabrera for a lighting project along the Raval watercourse. Escofet first produced the initial series, FUL-12, FUL-10 and FUL-9 in 2001, and then in 2006 extended the collection with the shorter models, FUL-7/9, FUL-7/10 and FUL-5.