Light structures for small cells
The implementation of nets provided with micro cells and pico cells represents the infrastructural reply to the growing demand for connectivity – anytime, anywhere – characterising both urban environment and densely populated areas as well, nowadays and, particularly, tomorrow. The experience calzavara developed with TELESTYLE evolves naturally in a brand new structures family: minimicro cells.
Lightweight, eye-catching, balanced design, heights between 10 and 15 meters, systems and antennas embedded within the infrastructure itself, and the wide possibility of hosting public lighting, street furniture, several systems dedicated to verification, information, communication, support to the community such as smart solutions (multimedia and advertising) are only some of the peculiar characteristics of minimicro – all of this leaving untouched the respect for the environment and prioritizing the green solutions.
Functionality of illumination
for street, parks or squares.
Urban design capabilities through the
integration of benches, bike parking, ecc.
Multimedia & advertising
Functionality for smart cities: variable message
signs, info points and advertising but also spread
wifi, smartphones charging.
Green capabilities: power with photovoltaic
standard panels Fuel cells backup technology
and passive cooling systems.
Design by Arch. Maryam Kiani on Desall.com
dicecell is a modular structure, composed by ‘specialised’ units. The endless configurations, granted by combining the single units (lighting, information and advertising messages, etc.) make it perfectly adaptable to anykind of urban territory.more >>
Design by Arch. Gianpaolo Mastronardi on Desall.com
treecell is an element of street furniture based on a minimalist design, with a “tree trunk” and “structural branches” which are perfect to host, respectively, antennas and lighting fixtures.more >>
Design by Arch. Lorenzo Capanna on Desall.com
The originality in slugcell is evident in its base, consisting in a “systems holding bench” and in the top structure which – besides hosting the antennas – features lighting and advertising capabilities, making slugcell perfect for urban areas, squares and parks.more >>
Design by Arch. Benjamin Koren on Desall.com
gemcell‘s modular elements can be perfectly integrated with the structure design, enriching it with pluses such as street lighting, information and/or advertising panels and photo-voltaic power supply.more >>
Design by Arch. klau/hugo on Desall.com
conocell is based on a cylindrical, load-bearing structure: the biconical shape is interspersed by a transparent area suitable for lighting fixtures hosting.more >>
Design by Arch. Filippo Nalin on Desall.com
twistcell is a structure which is characterised by a spiral design integrating technological elements, at the base, and elements for lighting and broadcasting, at the top.more >>
Design by Lubos Patak on Desall.com
beaconcell is based on a concept that reviews, in technologic terms, the idea of totem, offering wide areas which allow to host and integrate different functionalities such as lighting, information and advertising.more >>