Designed by Spanish firm Santa & Cole Urbidermis, and brought to this side of the pond courtesy of Landscape Forms, Gunnar is a modular outdoor lighting system with an urban ethos and a streamlined modern aesthetic.

Gunna pole mount light

Antoni Roselló’s design is inspired by the work of Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund, known for elegant minimalism with occasional references to Neoclassical architecture. Note the fluted detail here.

Gunnar wall-mount light detail

Beyond the refined, streamlined look, Gunnar aims for precision and performance. The floodlight projector illumines outdoor environs with a powerful LED luminaire. And mounting options abound: from wall- to pole-mount and catenary options.

Gunnar catenary detail

Users may select height depending on site needs. And for especially extensive lighting requirements, up to six projectors may be mounted on a single pole.

Gunnar multiple projectors on single pole

There are also a variety of outputs, color temperatures, and diffuser screens, fine-tuned tools for differing demands “to highlight art and architectural details, to illuminate plazas, walkways and promenades, and to cast accents on building entryways and façades.”

 pole mount projection light

Get more information at Landscape Forms.

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