Summary

Aptus is an illuminated, sculptural bollard designed by the international award-winning product designer, Terence Woodgate. Inspired by the work of Spanish sculptor Eduardo Chillida, Terence uses the aesthetic of a partial cut, to bend the Aptus light head up from the body.

Although available in different finishes, the Cor-Ten steel version changes appearance as it weathers. On a dry, sunny day, it is brightly oxidised, almost orange and on a wet day, dark and mellow. Configurations include single or double width versions with down and up lighting options. With its natural finish and light configurations, Aptus will suit a variety of landscape applications.

Materials
Cor-Ten Steel, also known as weathering steel, is a steel alloy developed to obviate the need for painting, and form a stable rust-like appearance if exposed to the weather. due to the chemical composition of the alloy corten exhibits increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion because the steel forms a protective layer on it's surface. widely used in the marine transportation, construction and bridge building industries corten steel is popularly used in outdoor sculptures and architectural facings to give a weathered appearance without the loss or degradation of structure. below shows the typical weathering of corten:
also available in Steel

Finish
Oxidised Cor-Ten steel.
Steel - Akzo Nobel powder coated.

Lamp
LED or CFL