Light in the garden

Lighting your garden is to give it a style , an identity . When we want to highlight a space, we must question the expected result and the lifestyle of its inhabitants. Finding the right lighting implies mastering the terrain: a landscape designer will be of good advice .

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Like a staging, we bring a theatrical note . The idea is not to see that we are illuminating but what we are illuminating . To best combine the magic of the place and the functional aspect, two types of lighting share the deal: direct and indirect (even invisible).

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The first seeks to highlight a particular element, such as a spotlight, or an LED bar, placed under a tree, letting the light rise up to the foliage.

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While the second uses a support such as a wall to absorb the light and send it back into space . The latter, much softer and less dazzling, allows you to play with shadows, and let poetry enter them.

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For paths and alleys , it is better to let yourself be guided by the light of solar poles or recessed lamps on the ground in a row to highlight the whole while the lighting of the plant will be much more subtle.

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