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BEAM / Parking guidance

BEAM
BEAM

The BEAM is one set of lighting equipment installing in the original parking spaces for guiding and regulating drivers. The light-beam located on each corner of parking square is showing at night or bad weather when the space is available and is off when it is taken. The first purpose is to guide drivers who are looking for parking spaces to avoid they stick the traffic. Also, the four beams give the regulation to drivers who can park properly in the dim condition to lower the risks of accident and to tidy up the line of parking cars. Therefore, the lighting can sufficiently perform a proper role of parking assistant.

University

Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Michael Marriott, Luke Pearson, Fonggong Wu

Design

Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom