Jan
11

One-of-a-Kind Landscape Lighting Class at UNH

Putnam Hall lit by UNH landscape lighting students. Low Voltage Landscape Lighting Installation and Design is a niche profession – part lighting design, part electrical installation, and part horticulture. For this reason, very few colleges teach the subject*. One notable exception is the University of New Hampshire in their Thompson School of  Applied Science. “LandscapeRead More

  • Jan
    05

    Quality Lighting and the Landscape

    (For complete text of this article, click here.) Our first priority in lighting the landscape is to provide the basic illumination that enables our vision. From there, we expand our designer’s skill to include several other goals – some obvious, others more subtle. The following article not only elucidates these goals, it sets them in relationRead More