Natural elements regenerate public space, stimulating our senses and transforming the perception of the environment. Strengthening the relationship between the natural and architectural scale is the vocation of the Cuvi series.
ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION
The Cuvi series is the result of integrating the essence of nature into the urban space. Its corten steel finish connects the whole with the earth, drawing an aesthetic link with vegetal life. During the night, a forest of light is born to transform the urban scene. Its louver system reconditions the ambient lighting, creating a serene and suggestive environment where the atmosphere generated evokes both intimacy and welcome through positional arrangements.
MATERIALS AND STRUCTURE
The body of the Cuvi beacon is formed by a corten steel structure of cylindrical section, housing inside an LED optical module arranged bi-directionally. The final finish of the corten steel is achieved by a surface oxidation patina as a result of a controlled process of activation and chemical neutralization of the oxide.
The precision of this process guarantees its protection against the corrosive action of the environment, giving the surface finish a high level of uniformity.
The Cuvi beacon incorporates one of the most durable and recycled materials in the world, steel. Its planned reintroduction in the productive cycle of other industries once the luminaire’s useful life ends will result in significant energy savings compared to the use of other metals.
Following the implementation of ISO 14001, and the development of the sustainability master plan, SETGA has promoted the reduction of the carbon footprint in all its components, in turn designing a long-term comprehensive recycling system.
Here are the basic dimensions of the CUVI series: