Čuovga Pole-top Medium

Čuovga Pole-top Medium

Design John Pettersson

Tarred Heartwood and Steel

Stolparmatur Medium / Pole-top luminaire Medium
H 3500 mm
D 500 / 790 mm (Single / double luminaire)
W 300 mm
LED

Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna,
situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established, the luminaire family has a direct light
distribution in order to minimize light pollution.

The poles can be equipped with several different
luminaires, with the possibility to aim the shades.

The family consists of bollard- and pole-top luminaires.

Metal- and wooden details can be painted /
tarred in other colours by request.

Art.no 32002-25 Single Luminaire
Art.no 32003-25 Double Luminaire

Product sheet

Installation, maintenance, use and waste management instructions

Environmental declaration

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Design John Pettersson

Tarred Heartwood and Steel

Pole-top Large
H 5000 mm
D 775 mm
W 600 mm
LED

Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna, situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people 6000 years before the city of Kiruna was established, the luminaire family has a direct light distribution in order to minimize light pollution.

The poles can be equipped with several different luminaires, with the possibility to aim the shades.

The family consists of bollard- and pole-top luminaires.

Metal- and wooden details can be painted / tarred in other colours by request.

Art.no 32001-25

Product sheet

Installation, maintenance, use and waste management instructions

Environmental declaration

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Design John Pettersson

Tarred Heartwood and Steel

Pole-top Large
H 5000 mm
D 775 mm
W 600 mm
LED

Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna, situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people 6000 years before the city of Kiruna was established, the luminaire family has a direct light distribution in order to minimize light pollution.

The poles can be equipped with several different luminaires, with the possibility to aim the shades.

The family consists of bollard- and pole-top luminaires.

Metal- and wooden details can be painted / tarred in other colours by request.

Art.no 32001-25

Product sheet

Installation, maintenance, use and waste management instructions

Environmental declaration

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Design John Pettersson

Tarred Heartwood and Steel

Pole-top Large
H 5000 mm
D 775 mm
W 600 mm
LED

Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna, situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people 6000 years before the city of Kiruna was established, the luminaire family has a direct light distribution in order to minimize light pollution.

The poles can be equipped with several different luminaires, with the possibility to aim the shades.

The family consists of bollard- and pole-top luminaires.

Metal- and wooden details can be painted / tarred in other colours by request.

Art.no 32001-25

Product sheet

Installation, maintenance, use and waste management instructions

Environmental declaration

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Čuovga Pole-top Large

Design John Pettersson

Tarred Heartwood and Steel

Pole-top Large
H 5000 mm
D 775 mm
W 600 mm
LED

Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna, situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people 6000 years before the city of Kiruna was established, the luminaire family has a direct light distribution in order to minimize light pollution.

The poles can be equipped with several different luminaires, with the possibility to aim the shades.

The family consists of bollard- and pole-top luminaires.

Metal- and wooden details can be painted / tarred in other colours by request.

Art.no 32001-25

Product sheet

Installation, maintenance, use and waste management instructions

Environmental declaration

Čuovga

Čuovga

Design John Pettersson

Tarred Heartwood and Steel

Pole-top luminaire Medium
H 3500 mm
D 500 / 790 mm (Single / double luminaire)
W 300 mm
LED

Pole-top Large
H 5000 mm
D 775 mm
W 600 mm
LED

Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna,
situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established, the luminaire family has a direct light
distribution in order to minimize light pollution.

The poles can be equipped with several different
luminaires, with the possibility to aim the shades.

The family consists of bollard- and pole-top luminaires.

Metal- and wooden details can be painted /
tarred in other colours by request.

Pole-top Large
Art.no 32001-25

Pole-top Medium
Art.no 32002-25 Single Luminaire
Art.no 32003-25 Double Luminaire

Product sheet

Installation, maintenance, use and waste management instructions

Environmental declaration