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Customizable Street Lamps
This Branch City Lighting Sheds Light in Various Directions


By: Meghan Young (Superstar) Jul 20, 11
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Although most places do need illumination nowadays, mainly for safety reasons, this featured Branch City Lighting shows that not all of these public spaces require the same amount of light. For instance, a dark park could benefit from more light than a busy street corner that already has light seeping through business windows. A customizable street lamp, this fixture branches out just like a tree (hence its name) in order to shed light in different areas and cover as much space as possible.

Designed by Margus Triibmann, this Branch City Lighting is specifically inspired by pine trees. The concept’s image shows that it would have about five lights that can be adjusted at just about any angle.



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