Böja is swedish and means "to bend". The other "j" is there because we Northern Finns like double consonants.
Böjja is a competition entry from 2015. I have always liked the plants growing near coastlines and was inspired by bulrush / cattail (typha latifolia). They change with seasons and indicate weather patterns accurately. This swaying motion was what I attempted to capture in this garden luminaire.
The stem of the luminaire is a very thin black composite tube. Actual light emitter is circular array of LEDs pointed downwards in a tight beam. The grooved tip made of machined aluminium acts as a large heatsink for LEDs and catches the wind to create motion.
When in operation, Böjja luminaire itself is only barely visible. It much rather draws the focus to the target it illuminates. It is a timeless choice eg. for flowerbeds or near garden pathways.