Having gone from an unused square in dire need of renovation, Nobeltorget in Malmö has been adapted to today's needs, and turned into an accessible and attractive square with lots of seating in good locations, useful areas, exciting shapes and lush greenery. On the square you can now find seven examples of the so-called Fabrikslampan (Factory Lamp), made in the Ateljén studio. All luminaires are fitted with LED lights, and from the side they resemble a classic work lamp with an adjustable arm and round lampshade. From the front, the luminaire is perceived as being completely flat, and in the form of a line, or pole. The idea is that the luminaire forms a wide-stretching silhouette. The robust impression of the installation aims to bring an urban inner-city feeling to the square.
Location: The Nobel Square, Malmö.
Client: Malmö City.
Luminaire design: Anders Dahlbäck, Malmö City.
Lighting designer: Johan Moritz, Malmö City.
Electricians: Michael Andersson, Elservice i Trelleborg AB.