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Astera is a distant cousin of our country thistle. This wild flower has adapted to the urban environment, where it can reach heights of over ten meters. An intriguing silvery plant with brilliant reflections by day, it transforms into a bewitching creature at nightfall, distilling a cloud of colored beams at its heart that flood its spiky structure with light. A flower of the night with a singular photosynthesis, Astera blooms at sunset, revealing all its beauty in an infinite array of dazzling colors. A concentrate of light and color for a luminaire that's not lacking in spice.


Spicy flower


Two elements available


Dynamic animation in colorful light sequences

Special features

Intensity of light and colorization of surroundings


A giant 12 metres high with a 13-metre wingspan


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