Certain urban areas have characteristic architectural perspectives and frames of reference. For this reason, the Nobleson series frees the space of points of light, giving fluidity and visual lightness to the environment, facilitating the creation of multiple lighting scenes. Its triangular wooden structure provides balance and identity and breaks with established standards, transforming the urban areas of large capitals into more natural and habitable places.


This architectural and sculptural lighting ensemble has been designed by the team formed by the architects Fernando Porras-Isla and Lorenzo Fernandez-Ordoñez, Estudio Guadiana y Porras.

The structure of the Nobleson column is 21m high and consists of a triangular section made of galvanised steel with a high elastic limit of N80 and covered in lobular Elondo wood. It is made up of 3 sections of different section and height, it mounts Socelec Sculpflood 150 type luminaires or equivalent in quality, anchored to a steel arm fixed to the structure and stainless steel screws.

The mechanical robustness of the assembly and the hardness of the materials used give the Nobleson series a high degree of resistance to aggressive environments and vandalism.

The column allows up to 11 projectors to be installed, as well as technological systems such as CCTV, wifi repeater, public address system and façade projectors. Each projector can be reoriented 360º, both vertically and horizontally, with a highly versatile LED module capable of generating both accent scenes through concentrator optics and directional distributions through extensive optics.


The Nobleson column is made of weather-resistant materials and is duly protected against the elements, preventing the entry of rainwater and the accumulation of water due to condensation.

The tropical Elondo wood that covers the Galvanised Steel structure is characterised by its robustness and durability, with great resistance to fungi, insects and other agents of degradation.

The carbon steel of high elastic limit applied during its manufacture, together with the galvanisation process by immersion and the subsequent surface finish by means of the aerographic application of two-component polyurethane give the column excellent technological properties in terms of resistance and durability.


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 as well as the design of a long-term recycling system for each component.


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