The elegance and the natural irregularity with which the branches distribute around the trunk of a tree served of inspiration for the design of Palo Alto, a collection that integrates with delicacy in the outsides, lighting them with a contemporary air.
Palo Alto, designed by Josep Lluis Xuclà for Vibia, reproduces the variety and the diversification of the branches thanks to his forms in harmony with the nature. Some proposals reinterpretan the present straight lines in the natural surroundings with some buoys with form of “7” in low size (0,90 m of height), ideals to light ways, and other higher that arrive to the 2,50 metres of height. Other luminarias stand out instead by his branches oblicuas and his more complex forms, as in the case of the high buoys and the multiple trees.
The lighting language and visual of Palo Alto see especially in the groups, where differents buoys can place of sequential form, attaining a pleasant aesthetic effect thanks to the games of light produced by the repetition of the lines.
His function of signaling and the elegance of his compositions serials convert Palo Alto in a collection that, in addition to achieving a wonderful result lumínico in gardens and playgrounds deprives- two, is ideal for the outsides of public zones, commercial installations, hospitality industry and offices.
designer: josep lluís xuclà