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21.12 / modular LED-street lighting

21.12
21.12

21.12 is a modular street lighting concept to change current energy-wasting lighting to environmental friendlier LED-technology in an efficient way.
Instead of removing the whole old lighting, using 21.12 you only have to demount the head of the streetlight:
21.12 includes an adapter and 1-3 light-elements. The existing energy-connection of the old pole, which is until now the most expensive part in new acquisition, is reused: It gets connected with the 21.12 adapter which is attached to the old pole by an expansion plug.
Now you can install 1-3 heads of the streetlight depending on how much light is needed in the outdoor situation.

University

Coburg University

Coburg University
Coburg, Germany

Design

Vogler, Carolin

Vogler, Carolin
Hövelhof, Germany

Design

Dorina Bohn

Dorina Bohn
Garmisch-Patenkirchen, Germany

Design

Moritz Schönrich

Moritz Schönrich
Coburg, Germany