London Garden
Stephen Woodhams
Balanced use of linear and spot-lighting to create memorable vignettes

This award winning garden is beautifully framed with softly up-lit pleached trees that define the boarder of the space. A long rectangular feature pool is evenly illuminated with concealed linear striplighting to create a contemporary architectural feel.

A striking colourful sculpture is spot-lit to provide a focus of colour against the leafy backdrop. Intimate moments are created on the two terraces with concealed light sources highlighting the planters and soft path wash lights. Recessed uplights frame the entrance portico whilst discrete spotlights illuminate the planting and provide a dappled wash of light to the front facade

Clever lighting design makes use of the layered vegetation to create a sense of unfolding panorama