Landscape Architect & Specifier News

APR 2017

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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Charlotte Premium Outlets Left: More than 100 traditionally-styled lanterns (Sun Valley Lighting) with LED vertical power arrays (30-watt to 90-watt) were installed for the walkways and along the streets at the upscale Charlotte Premium Outlets in Charlotte, North Carolina. The lantern models were the LCKM1 (20.5" x 40") and LCKM2 (17" x 35.5") on 14' to 16' tall poles on Sun Valley 3500 bases. Most of the pole lighting has dual lanterns mounted on decorative arms. There are also decorative wall mounts and banner arms on some of the poles. 56 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Liberty State Park, New Jersey Left: More than 20 nautical-styled OV luminaires (U.S. Architectural Lighting) have been installed along the 2-mile Liberty Walk, and at the ferry dock of Liberty State Park in New Jersey, with more on the way. The vertical LED power arrays (40- watt to 89-watt) with glass refractors are designed to produce even light distribution and minimal glare. The poles are 16' tall with a standard textured black finish. Liberty Walk links the picnic area, the Interpretive Center and the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal. The park offers sweeping views of the Hudson River, the Manhattan skyline, the nearby Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and has ferry service to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

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