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- Way and Sky in Stockholm
- Way Park - new variant for low poles

Way and Sky in Stockholm City

Stockholm, City library, Sky Park
Sky Park and Way catenary illuminate Sveavägen and Odengatan in Stockholm. Sveavägen is the location for the neoclassical City library by the famous Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund. Photo: Lasse Olsson
Stockholm, Sky Park, Way

Both Sky Park and Way are equipped with sensor-ready socket for future smart-city purposes.

Sveavägen, Stockholm, Way, Sky

AART designers are the architects behind both Sky and Way, and you recognise them by the minimalist design and the pleasant light.

Sveavägen, Stockholm, Way, Sky

Mounted on existing posts, Sky Park is coated in the same concrete grey colour as the posts.

Stockholm, City library, Sky Park

Way Park for low poles

Way Park is a new variant of Way for side entry. Intended for low poles, Way Park will fit into parks and other urban areas. The luminaire is equipped with diffuser and LED without lenses. The soft, non-glaring light is diffused through the unique screen with its glowing edge. Way Park is only one among our many park luminaires, and we shall soon be back with more details on these luminaires.
Way Park, design AART designers
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