I am the owner of Aceum - a lighting design and electrical installation company with specialist expertise in landscape lighting. Having a lifelong passion for gardening, and a strong design background, we work closely with garden designers and landscape architects, and bring out the very best in their work. We can advise on eco friendly solutions, building and wiring regulations, and light pollution laws.
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"For me, it was between Preparing the Ground, which is a technically brilliant photograph, and Golden Fields.
The latter has everything: man's influence through agricultural working of the land, the wild of the foreground and the hills,…"
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"I can't improve on all the fabulous words in the posts so far. All I know is that, when we met Phil on his summer UK trip, and the subject came up of a LJN member who had taken his own life, it hit home to all of us, and it was obvious that it…"
"Having a Welcoming garden to the front door, and extending it out the via the back door, to a an extension of ones style, and then proceeding to use this garden day or night is just like using the inside of your home...
Nightscaping is important in…"
"Aha..at least I was right about the Gothic!
What a lovely wall. That pale stone will take particularly well to being lit. Actually, I think the wooden formers are works of art in themselves!
You know, with spaces of this size, I think that I would…"
I've just built a stone wall. In the wall I have five arches. I intend to put a down-lighter into each light.
I have installed the wiring into conduit and each arrives at the top of the arch into a length of 100mm ducting. I have also installed an air breather hole at the rear of the wall so the heat can escape.
Can you advise on the best lights to use? Can you supply (send to France?)