KONUS L1201 BOLLARD LIGHT
Indirect and rotationally symmetrical distribution of light
Hot galvanized steel or powder coated hot galvanized steel
Clear shockproof polycarbonate lamp cover
E27 retrofit LED
Light source is not included and must be ordered separately
For casting or flange mounting. Earth spike or flange is included
2 cables max. 5×4 mm². Connection box and fuse are included
IK10. Insulation safety class II
Weight 24 kg
Design: Torben Rix and Ole Bruhn
The KONUS L1201 illuminates its fine structure with a comfortable, warm light. Place it along the path and let its small islands of light show you the way.
The KONUS L1201 blends in well with its surroundings. It lets your gaze travel through the bollard to the background behind. The erect shape of the bollard allows it to settle into the landscape without disturbing it.
The bollard is made entirely of steel. Two steel cylinders are linked by four thin steel rods. The uppermost pipe conceals the light source. The pipe at the bottom has a cone at the top, hence the name, KONUS – or cone.
The steel construction of the KONUS L1201 makes this a light where there is a lovely interplay of light between the cone, the rods and its surroundings. This also makes it one of the sturdiest and most vandal-proof bollards in the Lampas range.
As a design detail, the rods are welded onto the post by hand using MAG welds, which remain visible and close completely. The welding prevents dirt and grime from getting in, and gives the KONUS L1201 bollard its solid, cohesive appearance.
In terms of lighting technology, the KONUS L1201 is a bollard that provides rotationally symmetrical light which is directed downwards with no upward light pollution. The LED light source is concealed and is therefore glare-free. The KONUS L1201 is excellent for creating atmospheric pools of light along a lawn or lake.
The bollard is available in hot-dip galvanised steel or powder coated – we can paint it in the RAL colour of your choice.
Both the KONUS L1201 bollard and the KONUS L1202 post light were designed by the architects, Torben Rix and Ole Bruhn, in one of their many collaborations. The post light and the bollard light share the same dimensions in regard to the diameter and height of the lowest cylinder. The post light naturally provides more light than the bollard and can therefore be used to supplement it to provide coherence in terms of the overall design.
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