Historically, bollards were found on docks and were used to moor a ship. Today, bollards with integrated lighting are available which are commonly used to illuminate pathways, walkways, in public accent landscaping, commercial buildings and parking areas. They add ambient lighting to the space and property; improve security by increasing visibility and mark pathways and driveways.
Here is our list of top innovations from the current edition of Light & Building 2016 which we came across in Frankfurt this year. This comes in from our thorough research and hours of scouting the exhibition halls all the week in L+B. SIMES – Ghost A play of form and material – Simes