I found a discarded street light head at a scrap yard and wanted to give it a new life instead of being shredded.
Re-use, re-purpose or re-invent. Do not just throw out stuff, see if you can use it in another way. The Earth Overshoot Day is something to take seriously. https://www.overshootday.org/
The original lamp design is with 6 LED PCB strips sitting on a aluminium hexagon core for cooling and with reflectors for each LED. The driver is a high quality multipurpose use driver that has bus connections for intelligent lighting control.
The driver uses a Atmel AT90PWM316 controller which, besides being a regular AVR 8-bit Microcontroller with
16K Bytes In-System Programmable Flash, it has built-in Three 12-bit High Speed PSC (Power Stage Controllers). This is a controller built specifically for power supply designs, but still has the freedom of a regular freely programmable device.
In my rebuild version I am using the driver, LED strips, two aluminium panels from a base station amplifier and a piece of acrylic plastic from a LED computer monitor. Even screws are reused from teardown equipment.