If you’re like us – you too have found yourself wondering how to fill an empty space in the garden or lend some light to create an atmosphere at one point or another. Or perhaps like us, you have spent time walking up and down aisles in home-ware shops looking for a unique product that didn’t resemble the standard hallway lamp. So instead of spending any more time doing that, we decided to design one ourselves.
A laser cut steel light sculpture that emits a variety of 64,000 colours using an LED light, controlled via a remote control. Designed in an aesthetic that makes our light towers more than suitable for both inside and outside use, they certainly deliver on variety as well as their stunning appearance. To ensure they retained a feeling of quality, we designed them in a 1.6mm thick galvanised steel, followed by a powder coating to ensure the highest level of weathering protection. To offer a variety, the continuously trendy Cor-Ten weathering steel is an option also – perfect for combining with a more traditional garden or home aesthetic. After 6-8 weeks exposed to the elements, a golden rust-like appearance will form, offering an oxidised and unique look.
The tower comes complete with a 10-watt IP67 RGB LED flood light that enables you to control the brightness using a radio frequency remote control. Coming supplied with a pre-fitted UK 3 pin plug, the assembly on arrival of your tower couldn’t be easier.
We wanted to ensure that you could be confident that the tower will stay in its designated place and be able to battle the wind or elements if placed outside. The base for the LED light towers bolts to the ground using the expansion fixings supplied. Furthermore, the main body of the tower simply slips over the base unit and secures using the countersunk fixings and pre-threaded holes in the base unit. If used indoors – this isn’t a problem, yet for the people that want to add some character to an outdoor area or use commercial – safety must be considered.
Three designs, three colours, two finishes: one great investment.