With outdoor living very much in vogue and the garden now designed and used as an extension of the house, Innermost launched distinctive outdoor lights by leading international designers to add light and drama to gardens in Summer 2008.Stick Light has instantly snapped up by award-winning landscaper and garden designer Andy Sturgeon to be featured in his Contemporary Woodland Garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show 2008 sponsored by Cancer Research UK.For the past three years Andy Sturgeon’s creation for Cancer Research UK has won the Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal and this years creation added a fourth Gold Medal to the collection. Visitors saw Andy’s contemporary woodland garden that included four rectangular pools, which increase in size towards the front of the garden, a series of computer generated raindrop-like ripples begin in sequence from the rear of the garden and dance towards the front symbolising the advancement which the charity is making.With lighting, sculpture and furniture frequently integral to the designs by Andy Sturgeon, the Sticklights were clustered on the patio areas and amongst shrubs and flowerbeds, lit at dusk to create a stunning display where modern lighting design fused with stylish landscaping and beautiful planting to create a magical outdoor space.‘Green fingers meet ‘green’ ethics in this project,’ explains Russell Cameron, co-founder of Innermost. ‘There’s a great synergy with Andy Sturgeon’s overall design for this garden as almost every element was either re-cycled or else re-used. With its low energy bulbs, Stick Light is just as ‘green’.

 

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