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'Bringing together a range of lighting that is both contemporary and classic'
The emphasis is on well designed lighting that is functional and well priced. This range of lighting is particularly suited to the architectural commercial market and has been used successfully in many diverse projects in the UK and abroad.
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RHS Tatton Park 2014 - One Week To Go!
15 July 2014
Just over a week to go until RHS Tatton Park 2014! The energy efficient LED lighting that we have supplied has been delivered and the garden is looking great! We can’t wait to see it finished. Ian Price and his team at Ian Price landscape and garden design have drawn inspiration from the symbols for the Greek elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The shapes of these symbols have been abstracted to form the outline of the spaces. Each element is represented directly or symbolised within the space.Fire is represented through the flame textured granite of the patio and the charred timber wall around the back of the garden. Earth is represented by eco friendly compost which absorbs CO2. The triangular pool in the centre of the garden represents the element of Water, whilst a triangular sail shade represents Air. The plants themselves will consist mainly of grasses and light foliage which reflect the colour theme of the elemental symbols.Energy efficient LED lighting has been used throughout the garden. Each of the sculptural elements is lit by a coloured LED light which corresponds to the colour of the elemental symbol.
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RHS Tatton Park 2014 - Lighting Design By David Village
29 April 2014
Having previously worked with celebrity garden designer Jamie Dunstan on his design for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show we are very excited to be working together with Ian Price landscape and garden design on their design for the upcoming RHS Tatton Park show. We will be supplying the lighting for their show garden 'Elemental' which will feature as one of five gardens in the Elements section of the Flower Show. The garden is based around the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water. The sculptural features within the garden are designed around these same symbols.