for the effective design
of outdoor areas.
Ben van Berkel, UNStudio, Amsterdam
© Inga Powilleit
“The key advantage of the NIGHTSIGHT system is that it is an interactive, smart lighting combination that can stimulate walkability and structure activities within the city.
The toolbox-system enables a wide array of lighting options and intensities. It can illuminate buildings, pedestrian areas, streets, parks and urban landscapes. In this way, NIGHTSIGHT offers a multi-adaptable new approach to lighting the urban realm.”
With an extensive selection of optics and sizes, NIGHTSIGHT precisely shapes light on all levels. A series of different application areas can therefore benefit from the creative freedom that helps provide an individual space with a strong identity.
Rear panel with 360° rotation element
IP66 and IP67 sealed converter housing
CNC-milled swivel joint with scale
Luminaire head with accessory holder
Versions with darkBeam optics
Versions with softGlow optics
Single-pane safety glass
- Optically precise and adaptable lighting tools due to modular blocks with six optics and four form factors
- Matt black darkBeam insert between the optics suppresses multiple reflections and scattered light within the luminaire and prevents sideways views into the light source
- Pivoted and swivelling spotlight with flexible actuation: via external lighting management system or via switchDim directly on the luminaire
Range of light distributions based on the example of NIGHTSIGHT Projection version 4/4, 4000 K, 3200 lm
The even illumination of squares, pathways and streets is based on horizontal illuminance.
Vertical illuminance stimulates communication, as good facial recognition increases the feeling of safety.
For wide pathways and
For narrow pathways
and smaller streets
Area Light optic module
Designed with various lighting functions in mind, the patented visual area module guarantees the exceptionally even illumination of horizontal surfaces. Laterally disengaged light also provides visual guidance and helps the eye adjust.
One luminaire utilises up to eight different individual components to create the overall light distribution. This segmentation increases visual comfort as a maximum of one quad optic shines in the direction of the viewer – even though the entire light emission area is illuminated. This helps noticeably reduce glare.