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Torres Area Light

Designed By Rodrigo Torres

Part of the Torres line

Torres lights are a beautiful complement to urban landscapes, improving, but not altering, the composition. Area lights are available in two sizes, 36 and 56 LED configurations, and with four light outputs, two drive currents, three distributions, and a clear or diffused lens to achieve an elevated visual experience across a variety of applications.


Single and dual luminaires mount on 12 ft, 16 ft, 20 ft and 25 ft pole heights

Luminaires mount at any height along the pole, and dual luminaires can mount back to back

Buy America Compliant, Full Cutoff, and International Dark-Sky Approved

Rodrigo Torres

As a graduate student at the prestigious Domus Academy in Milan, Italy, Rodrigo Torres discovered a connection between his Latin American cultural and modernist design influences and the school's emphasis on design as storytelling. Torres' diverse portfolio of products, from Landscape Forms' Torres lights to smart faucets, furniture, pencil sharpeners, and toys, reflects a design imprint that marries the whimsical with the rational. Design by Rodrigo Torres was founded in 2004, and while Torres works with clients around the world, his studio remains in his native Colombia. He has collaborated on award-winning designs with companies including Alessi, Poliform, Oras, Cassina IXC, Nike, Microsoft, Domodinamica, and Potocco.

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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