Light building elements are luminous design elements for public areas. They are particularly suitable for dividing and structuring outdoor spaces. They can be used to guide or lead people and vehicles. Their attention-drawing power is considerably greater than that of pole-top luminaires. Light building elements can be used to serve or highlight the architectural structure. These light building elements are ideal for the energy-efficient illumination of streets, parking spaces and traffic-calmed areas.
They are available with a choice of symmetrical or asymmetrical flat beam light distribution and with different mounting heights. Symmetrical light distribution is ideal for illuminating squares, while asymmetrical flat beam light distribution is particularly suitable for illuminating streets.