Just like the Hindu deity that is its namesake, Landscape Forms' Rama Streetlight is indeed a fully-realized being. And though it can't actually be described as sentient, it would seem to have a knack for deciding exactly where and with what intensity to cast its gleaming beams--to illuminate the environs with perfect pinpoint accuracy.
Rama Uses LED Technology to Distribute Perfectly Even Light
Designed by Gonzolo Mila, Rama is an innovative and versatile solution to the demands of exterior illumination. The degree and direction of light is easily adjusted simply by introducing additional luminaires to its central pole of tubular metal.
This feature makes it ideal for multiple venues: one luminaire for simple sidewalk lighting, two to cast an even glow on street and walkway both, and three or more to offer diffuse, even light for expansive pedestrian spaces like plazas or parking lots.
Further, the central pole ranges in height from 15 to 26 feet, opening up still greater opportunities for lighting difficult-to-reach or otherwise unusual spaces.
Options for Rama include a clamping mechanism that facilitates retrofits on 5" poles, as well as metal halide luminaires finished in cast aluminum. Landscape Forms offers various finish choices for Rama-powdercoated metal matte in 10 colors and powdercoated metallic in six. Custom colors are also available.
About the Manufacturer: Landscape Forms specializes in furniture, accessories, and lighting for the outdoors. With 40 years experience, the company has garnered a reputation for establishing a sense of place-a link between indoors and out that helps clients feel at home: "we do it through integrated product collections, leading-edge technology, and great design."