Unusual LED outdoor lighting

The outdoor lighting is as important as indoor lighting. After all, people need to see where they’re walking at night and they are not cats so they cat’s see into the dark, hence the lighting features.

But just because they are absolutely useful this doesn’t mean they have to look boring. And this unusual outdoor lighting feature sure doesn’t. It is designed by Jordi Vilardell and Meritxell Vidal and it’s certainly an innovation in this domain. It features an LED light strip that is enough to brighten the night sky and, in the same time, it avoids the usual painful and extremely bright lights that you usually find in the commerce. It also comes in three basic shapes: ground – to- ground, ground – to – wall and ground – to – clamp. Choose the one that better suites your space and style. It can easily be dismantled and reassembled so it’s easy to be moved. And the best thing comes last: it’s waterproof.



Published by in Outdoor, on March 24th, 2011

WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?

One Response to “Unusual LED outdoor lighting”

  • Tammylou Dawson says:

    That’s one awesome design for a lamp! But it doesn’t look that much of a lighting fixture, if not for the strip. Especially when used in an outdoor setup like the beach, garden or backyard. It doesn’t block the view. Gives an idea on how to make LED signs simple.

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