With its burst of LED “petals”, the latest in KEHA3’s Wannabe LED family is a street light inspired by the national flower of the group’s native Estonia. Simply named Cornflower, the elements of its lighting fittings can be freely directed with a simple joint. This enables each unit to light the road, the surrounding buildings as well as different objects at the same time. The number of modular Wannabe LED-profile elements used varies from 6 to 8. These modern luminaires, made of aluminum and galvanized powder-coated steel, are ideal as street light poles with a height of 6-12 meters. It’s also possible to add a smart controller to the Cornflower lighting solution so they can be easily adjusted by personnel as surroundings change.
( H/T: Yanko Design )