Bysted 24V Outdoor Bollard ID: 5747404511
Bysted 24V Outdoor Bollard 0 Outdoor Lighting Louis Poulsen

Bysted 24V Outdoor Bollard

By Peter Bysted, for Louis Poulsen

Bysted 24V Outdoor Bollard

By Peter Bysted, For Louis Poulsen

$605.00 - $715.00

2700K Color temperatures close to 5000K are cool colors (bluish white), while lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are warmer colors (yellowish white through red).

Baseplate Mount

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SPEC #: LPL1115346 | ID: 5747404511

Bysted 24V Outdoor Bollard

SPEC #: LPL1115346

ID: 5747404511

Designed by Peter BystedRead Bio

The Bysted Outdoor Bollard features a symmetrical design with four rings to softly reflect light downwards. The underside of each ring is painted white for optimal reflection.

Mounting options include: Spike Mount for use in soil or gravel. Spike mount bollards come pre-wired with a weatherproof 12 inch connector cable for above-ground use. Anchor Mounts are designed for use in new concrete pads and require professional below-ground cabling. Baseplate Mounts include a baseplate for securing the bollard to existing concrete or decks and are designed for use with professional below-ground cabling. Anchor and Baseplate fixtures include inputs for professional cabling.

Note: All mounting options require an external 24V DC power supply (sold separately). 4000K lamp is not available with Corten finish.

Available Options

Finish: Black, Corten, Natural Aluminum


    • Finish: Corten
    • Mounting: Baseplate Mount
    • Size: 5.2"W x 10"H
    • Dimmer: Not Dimmable
    • Materials: Polycarbonate  Aluminum  
    • Lamp Source: LED
    • Bulb:
      1 x LED/14W/24V LED
      Integrated LED module
    • Total Wattage: 14 watts
    • Lamp Color: 2700K
    • Delivered Lumens: 247 lumens
    • Lumens/Watt: 17.64
    • UL


    • Wet location

      Wet location

    • Carbon Neutral Commitment

      Carbon Neutral Commitment

    • Responsibly Sourced Materials

      Responsibly Sourced Materials

    • Carbon Offset Program

      Carbon Offset Program

    • Specification Sheet / Technical Files

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      Peter Bysted

      About Peter Bysted

      Peter Bysted graduated as an architect and industrial designer from The Aarhus School of Architecture in 1978. Three years prior, in a contest arranged by Louis Poulsen concerning the illumination of quarters worthy of preservation, he won second prize with Bysted, a bollard made from corten steel, suggesting his interest in lighting design even then. While a student he was also very interested in graphic design and it was the combination of these two fields that would later characterize his design and communicational firm Bysted A/S, established in Copenhagen in 1987.

      In the 20 years that followed, Peter Bysted built one of Denmark's biggest and most successful design firms. In 2007 Bysted A/S was sold to Intellecta AB and in the following two years Peter Bysted held the position of vice-chancellor of The Danish Design School. He subsequently established ICONO A/S, a multi-disciplinary consultancy firm with design as its focal point.

      Besides designing light fixtures, the work of Peter Bysted ranges from designing visual identity programmes to companies such as Falck, Nykredit, Nilfisk Advance and DONG Energy to designing and implementing larger expo projects, most recently the Nordic Pavilion at EXPO 2005 in Japan, preceded by EXPO 2000 in Hannover.

      Rubbie' was originally designed for the Danish EXPO pavilion in Hannover in 2000 and was later developed further, becoming a Louis Poulsen standard product with an LED light source. About the product, Peter Bysted says: The goal was to create something more than just a bollard. Besides its primary function, I wanted to add personality and warmth as well as giving it a human aspect and let it play the part of street furniture. The rubber surface and the rounded top tempt pedestrians to take a little rest, and the effective, glare-free illumination contributes towards a feeling of safety within the urban space. In March 2011, Rubbie won the prestigious Lighting Design Award.

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