In connection with the renovation of the main street in Pandrup, Alfred Priess A/S delivered the sculptural, conical Filigran columns which have been placed at Bredgade. The columns have been fitted with painted Avenue luminaires from Thorn Lighting and a LED-up light
Our partner in the Netherlands, Lighting Pole Services, has delivered a beautiful project with Plectre bollards. There have been installed 10 pcs. of Plectre 1400 LSH bollards, which are painted in RAL 9005.
For the university project, Alfred Priess A/S provided a turnkey solution where the wide range of Plectre products met all the lighting needs around the university building, along footpaths and in parking lots.
For some time the city of Holstebro and Alfred Priess A/S and other local partners have looked for a suitable project where architectural designed lighting columns would be an integrated part of the design. Variants of the CitySwan Series were chosen for the new bus terminal in the Danish city of Holstebro.
Kongensgade and Vitus Berings Square in the city of Horsens in Denmark were to be renovated. The architectural designed CitySwan lightning columns with associated luminaires were chosen. The products were supplied by Alfred Priess A/S.
In 2008 and 2009, the new residential district Trekroner had more than 200 CitySwan columns installed. The Trekroner project deliberately focused on lighting and design as well as planting greenery in order to create the desired environment in the new district.
This Brønshøj district is best known for sorry tales of crime and vandalism. But now, Tingbjerg has become a place most of the residents enjoy living in. In connection with the renovation, where lighting was a key factor and the new CitySwan range was chosen.
The Aarhus river project was undertaken jointly by Louis Poulsen Lighting of Aarhus and the Aarhus Highways Authority. Today, there are approximately 60 angle-iron columns in the pedestrian area as well as ca. 30 columns along the river.
In December 2009, PHILIPS DK decided to set up new, optimised lighting systems at various locations in Copenhagen. For this purpose, PHILIPS DK and architect Christian Liebmann Christensen contacted Alfred Priess A/S with a view to developing the new, architect-designed “GRASS” column.
As part of the work to upgrade the bus and train stations in the Holmlia district, the City of Oslo is building a public square, Holmlia Torg. In addition to the outdoor stage and a distinctive walking surface, the square boasts six massive light trees.
In 2007, three ten-metre conical pillars were set up in the market square in Grindsted. The columns were angled at 5° in relation to their facings, and had five fittings for mounting floodlights. The purpose of the columns was to light up the square, as well as to provide effect lighting.