If you are a landscape architect looking to make your client's outdoor space really stand out, maybe it's time you considered exterior architectural lighting which can provide a whole host of aesthetic benefits. You can easily mix and match wall, ground, bollard and strip lights for a premium, bespoke finish. Below are just a few ways outdoor lights can really illuminate property and gardens:
When it comes to running a business, it is the finer details that will make a company stand out from the rest and keep customers coming back for more. Lighting is often an overlooked consideration when people come to set up their business, but using a landscaper to artistically illuminate the building's exterior can have a big impact on customer experience. Here's exactly how outdoor amenity lighting can be beneficial to all business owners.
The right lighting can transform a garden. If you are looking to create an exciting design with a real wow-factor, there are many types of garden lighting options available. Whether you’re looking to create a romantic area or a modern and elegant space, Collingwood Lighting has a huge range to choose from. These lighting options are flexible and will help you to create the look you want. Ensure your clients get the best out of their garden all year round with these clever lighting solutions.
LED lighting has transformed outdoor landscape garden design, with exciting opportunities for new styles of illumination and mood lighting. LEDs are dimmable, safe, environmentally-friendly and can as easily be considered for outdoor environments. If you're not sure about which LED lights are the best for your client's project, simply follow this guide.
Although traditionally autumn has been considered a time to listen to the wind as it swirls falling leaves from branches, the smell of bonfires and the welcoming light of a warm, cosy home, the reality for many people in contemporary Britain is that these sights, smells and sounds are not part of their autumn experience. Modern built environments frequently lack the connection with nature which, for centuries, has been an integral part of the way in which humans connect with their surroundings....