New Homann Park design delivers a sleek design and thoughtful illumination to paths and parks.
Danish designer Alfred Homann’s new side-mounted post top design, which earned top marks in a Louis Poulsen design competition for a subtle, stylish park and path luminaire, is now available to enhance outdoor spaces around the world. The Homann Park was one of four entries in Louis Poulsen’s search for elegant, technologically advanced illumination aligned with current outdoor lighting trends in the US and Europe. A market survey weighed overwhelmingly in favour of Homann Park’s sleek, smart expression and functionality.
A slimmed-down version of a cone-shaped luminaire, the Homann Park comes in a version with glowing rings on both the bottom and the top, as well as in a no-uplight version. The self-illuminating fixture provides direct downward illumination that emphasizes the shape of the luminaire while enhancing ambience and comfort. The design also offers round symmetrical and asymmetrical light distribution.
The post top is designed around Louis Poulsen’s circular LED board, also used in the LP Capsule. The board is recessed approximately 40 mm into the fixture. The design also features a Planar® front plate, as well as a reflector for contrast reduction. Drivers and electronics integrated in the head prepare the fixture for modification with wireless connectivity. The Homann Park is available in powder-coated aluminium.
The fixture provides direct downward illumination and is self-illuminating. The fixture is available in two variants; an uplight and an no uplight version. Light distribution round symmetrical (T5) or asymmetrical (T3). It emphasizes the shape of the luminaire and creates ambience and comfort.