Bysted Garden is a downscaled version of the iconic Bysted bollard, which won Peter Bysted second prize in a contest organised by Louis Poulsen for the illumination of neighbourhoods with listed buildings, nearly 50 years ago.
The downscaled design is based on the same concept as the original Bysted bollard with four rings that redirect the light downwards, while glowing at night and giving the product individuality and character.
Bysted Garden truly stands out both individually and in installations with multiple units, where it creates an attractive and pleasant atmosphere. The four rings provide a gentle glow, while their white underside creates light reflection, which produces a distinctive symmetric light pattern on the ground below the bollard.
Bysted Garden is available in a corten colour finish or aluminium finish as standard. The fixture has been developed in durable cast aluminium that will not patinate over time.
Available in two different heights, Bysted Garden allows for a wide range of installations from entrance areas to planter boxes around the terrace.
Peter Bysted then founded the integrated design consultancy Icono. His many projects included the custom design of the ‘Rubbie’ rubber bollard for EXPO 2000 in Hanover, Germany, a bollard that was later produced by Louis Poulsen.