A group of liberty landscape designers, architects, and landscape artists have teamed up with the city of Kichler to create a lighting system that aims to offer an alternative to traditional landscaping that doesn’t require the use of a lot of electricity.
Liberty landscape lighting is being designed to be powered by solar panels, using the sun’s rays to generate a steady stream of light.
The lights can be arranged in any orientation and can be set to any time of day or night.
They can be positioned on any surface, and the LED lights can even be positioned anywhere in the landscape.
The project was conceived by Kichlers landscaping team, and will be completed by the end of the year.
The plan is to expand the project in 2017.
“It’s an opportunity to change the landscape and create a new light,” said Alex Kichner, the designer of the project.
“We can’t create the same landscape in the same space, but by doing that, we can create something different and interesting.”
In order to achieve their vision, Kichners designers built a new power plant for their project.
They used the new plant to produce their own solar power, and they installed a new system of LED lights.
“It’s a completely new way of creating light that uses solar energy,” said the designer, “and it allows us to create the light we wanted without using the same amount of energy as we normally would.”
The team is currently working with the Kichlers Department of Public Works and Public Safety to see if the lights can work in conjunction with existing power lines.
This could be a big step forward in lighting up the landscape, especially as it’s still not legal to install lights on private property.
Kichler is the first city in Germany to take a step in this direction.
The city plans to install the lights in 2017, and it plans to extend the project to other parts of the city in the future.