Stark Street Lamp

This LED street lamp design is centered around 3 compact, flat, versatile LED modules that have a minimal impact on the visible skyline. The modules can be raised and lowered depending on necessity and are easily replaceable for quick maintenance. The minimal design is a nice alternative to today’s dull street lamp styles and is applicable to a variety of installations from sidewalks to racetracks.

Designer: Felix Runde

7 Comments

  • Eric says:

    Think about this. What if, to avoid gaps in between the lights, the lights rotated, like a fan. For winter time, a heater is activated, so that it blows hot air, and provides a cool breeze for who ever walks under during the summer WHILE providing light? Just an idea.

  • Ray says:

    street lamps are typically too high to be used as any sort of AC/heating. Also… can you imagine the bill for trying to heat the WORLD?

  • Eric says:

    That’s very true. I should think this one more through. I still like the idea of the summer time fan.

  • Matt says:

    Really nice design, very slim and simple but that can be it’s downfall. How strong would this be, it would have to be able to stand up to a lot different weather condition with wind at the top of the list. I don’t see this design holding up to the brute force at what the wind could become…

  • Rob says:

    Yeah, I’m with Matt… I do like the look of these lamps, but public utility structures need to be super robust to be successful. Not many cities will spend money on something if they have even the slightest doubt about it lasting for a long, long time.

  • Paul says:

    Might be worth looking at this more for temporary lighting solution at an event or evening activity that is non-permanent

  • Paul says:

    Might be worth looking at this for temporary lighting solution at an event or evening activity that is non-permanent

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