Ful is a street light series with a conical section and variable curvature, providing considerable freedom to optimise their orientation and create a formal result in apparent movement. The tree-like composition of this series enhances its integration into both vegetated and urban environments.
Ful street lights were initially designed in 1998 by architects Jaume Artigues and Pere Cabrera for a lighting project along the Raval watercourse. Escofet first produced the initial series, Ful-12, Ful-10 and Ful-9 in 2001, and then in 2006 extended the collection with the shorter models, Ful-7/9, Ful-7/10 and Ful-5.
The overlapping of small luminaries allow multiple lighting effects, as well as an optimal distribution and light uniformity when the project requires it.
The pillars are in Cot-ten and galvanised steel, with anchorage points for various types of commercial lamps available for outdoor use.