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View Enlighten Journal Volume 2, Issue 2
Enlighten Journal is a collection of illustrated articles on all things lighting, from interviews with leading lighting designers to information on lighting technology, performance, design, environmental impact, and the quality of visual experience. These stories are meant to encourage you to explore and use outdoor LED lighting in ways you’ve not yet considered.
Enlighten Journal Volume 2, Issue 2  
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Landscape Forms manufactures a wide array of outdoor lighting that can be found as part of a complete product family or as stand-alone solutions in classic, contemporary and traditional style.
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LEO area lights are at home in more places. LEO’s multiple distributions, range of color temperature options and outputs address both visual comfort and performance, with configurable options that let architects, landscape architects, lighting designers, and electrical engineers focus on what’s important for their project, whether it is an improved visual experience for intimate pedestrian-scale settings or lumen outputs and pole spacing for cost-driven goals.
LEO Lighting  
Landscape Forms believes the goal of outdoor lighting is not
to turn night into day, but to provide effective, appropriate,
and beautiful lighting that delivers great visual experience.
Design. Technology. Ecology
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Our outdoor lighting is installed in high-profile landscape environments. Project types cover a broad range from streetscapes, university campuses, and public parks to corporate courtyards, retail and hospitality settings, therapeutic gardens and healthcare facilities.
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Light as artistry. A 2020 Red Dot Award Winner for Product Design, Motive luminaires celebrate the beauty of light and its interaction with objects, architecture, and space, blurring the line between indoor and outdoor lighting to create out-of-the-ordinary settings. Designed by Justin Champaign.
Motive Lighting