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Arne S Area Light

Designed By Urbidermis

Part of the Arne & Arne S and Urbidermis lines

The smaller Arne S luminaire creates intimate light experiences that bring the ambiance of indoor lighting to the outdoors. Inspired by the work of renowned Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen, the line is suited for a multitude of applications. The Arne S Area Light is a versatile solution for illuminating plazas, walkways and promenades, mounting single, double or multiple articulating luminaires per pole in a variety of heights. 


Available in 3.4m, 4.2m, 5.0m, and 5.8m pole heights

Available in nine different distribution types 

International Dark-Sky Approved 


Urbidermis is a company with vision and a strong point of view. Founded in Spain in 1985, the Spanish National Design Award winner acts as editor and mediator to bring to market exceptional furniture, objects and writing on design. Landscape Forms is the exclusive distributor of the Urbidermis Urban Elements collection in the U.S. and Canada. These distinctive designs share the Landscape Forms vocabulary but have a vernacular all their own. Minimal, elegant in their simplicity and beautifully resolved, they introduce an international spirit to the Landscape Forms collection of outdoor furniture for public spaces.

If you’d like to request a quote, finish and material samples, or information about making modifications to this product, please contact your Landscape Forms representative.  

All colors, textures and patterns represented on the Landscape Forms website are approximate and may vary from samples and final product. 


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