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Online Webinar
Australia Wide,
Wed, 3rd Jun 2020
4:00 PM
4:45 PM
The Landscape Association
02 9630 4844

Lighting is an essential element for any well-designed landscape. Join us for this informative discussion about the importance of designing your lighting plan early. No matter the size or style of your garden, a considered lighting scheme will help to create a safe and inviting environment to be enjoyed both day and night.

Outdoor lighting expert, Nat Corrigan from Gardens at Night – TLA Supporter Sponsor, will present what to consider when designing your lighting plan. Fifth Season Landscapes Director, Phil Antcliff will discuss how to incorporate outdoor lighting into your project to maximise your outdoor environment and create a space that can be enjoyed for today and many seasons to come.


Topics to be covered include:

  • What to consider for your lighting design plan
  • Task lighting, safety, security and design techniques for aesthetics
  • How to maximize your outdoor environment and incorporate a seamless transition from the interior to the exterior at night with outdoor lighting
  • Q&A


Meet your Presenters:

  • Nat Corrigan, Gardens at Night – TLA Supporter Sponsor
  • Phil Antcliff, Director of Fifth Season Landscapes – TLA Member

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