Port Autonome de Strasbourg - nouveau siège (FR)
As a projector for exterior use, Spix has many appearances. It comes as a surface mounted spotlight, as a version on pin to put in between the greenery or as a bollard with 2 or 3 light units. Like
this, Spix can be used throughout a complete outdoor project, to light up trees, emphasize architecture or highlight pathways.
Although compact in size, the clever design of Spix offers a solution without any visible cabling outside of the luminaire. The hinge of the projector not only serves to tilt it into the wanted direction, it also hides away a passage for the cabling.
Uniform in design, Spix comes in 2 sizes: a smaller 10° version for accent lighting and a bigger 30° version for more general light. To shield the passerby from looking into the projector and to reduce unwanted spill light, the bigger version can be finished with a kap on the front.
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