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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April 2017 75 Above: Down lighting within the pool house provides ample light for function. The goal was to create an architectural space in harmony with the outdoors. Lighting within the space is adjustable allowing the user to select the appropriate intensity to fit the occasion. PHOTO CREDIT: GREG PREMRU Left: Stepped terraces take advantage of the estate's natural slopes. Embracing the grade change through the implementation of broad stairs and cascading spaces promotes openness within the garden. Path lights mark the paved walkways within the lawn stairs which are flanked at each end by stone piers. PHOTO CREDIT: GREG PREMRU Middle: The pavilion serves as a transition space. It is a central element serving both the formal dining and event spaces, as well as the informal active recreation spaces of the pool and sports lawn. The landscape flows seamlessly through the pavilion. A horse sculpture is prominently situated to be viewed from all interior and exterior spaces. The artwork becomes a landmark within the garden and adds a whimsical quality to the property. PHOTO CREDIT: GREG PREMRU Project Team Landscape Architect: Dan Gordon Landscape Architects Architect: LDA Architects & Interiors AV Specialist: Boston Audio Video Electrician: Bond Electric Landscape Contractor: R.P. Marzilli and Companies General Contractor: Sea-Dar Construction Product List Pool Cabana: Ceiling pendants CHARGE LEDme Quick Connect Fixture as manufactured by WAC Lighting 3watt LED All fixtures are 12 volt with a mix of halogen and LED luminaires. Above: With its disc-shaped silhouette, this WAC fixture offers a wide distribution of light output and is adjustable for directional lighting.

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