Pearson Lloyd has created a street furniture system for Westminster City Council in London, in conjunction with Artemide. The work was commissioned in 1999 to mark the new millennium. The core product is a diecast aluminium street light (pictured left and above right), ‘designed to be beautiful in the day as well as at night’, says Pearson Lloyd founder Tom Lloyd. Other accessories include an intelligent pole incorporating lighting elements, signage, waste bins and cycle racks (pictured centre). The first pieces of the system will start to appear in Victoria Street in August.
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