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Les Jardins Solar Lighting Launches Contract Division


LOS ANGELES—Les Jardins Solar Lighting announced its new contract division in order to provide renewable energy powered lighting products for outdoor public spaces, restaurants, resorts, spas, multi-unit and hospitality projects. The contract support team invites designers, architects, landscapers and facility managers to work directly with Les Jardins Solar Lighting to specify and source their outdoor LED lighting requirements for ambiance, pathway and landscape applications.

The durable, commercial-grade self-contained products from Les Jardins Solar Lighting require no in-ground installation, no wires and no power supply. They can be placed and moved at any time. The collections range from substantial outdoor lounge and deck lanterns that incorporate stainless steel and solid teak, to creative functional art pieces. In addition, portable lanterns are designed to go from tabletop to poolside with an integrated handle. Frame finishes include powder-coated aluminum in an array of colors, teak wood and Duratek. Styles include lanterns, chair side table-lamp fixtures, garden lights, planters, torches and lamp posts to suit all landscape and pedestrian path needs.

Each self-charging light piece from Les Jardins Solar Lighting features an autonomous solar bulb that moves seamlessly between all of the brand’s lanterns and lamps, producing 500 lumens of LED light and up to 200 hours per charge. The stylish solar lights never lose power and feature adaptive technology, motion sensors and dimming capabilities to tailor usage. To further lower potential impact on the environment and optimize solar efficiency and functionality, the integrated autonomous solar bulbs are replaced easily as renewable lighting technology evolves.

“The benefits of great designed durable LED outdoor lighting powered by solar energy with unlimited installation applications are countless,” said Les Jardins USA President Frederic Raffenne. “Our new contract division makes the process easy and practical—it’s also a valuable resource for designers, specifiers, and interior architects working on commercial, hotel and resort projects looking for clever and cost-effective great outdoor lighting.”

Whether it’s making product suggestions for golf course pathways, offering the best practices for implementing solar outdoor lighting into a rooftop restaurant or providing on-site support before and during installation, the brand’s contract division is available to assist landscape designers, architects, facilities directors and product procurement managers in bringing ideas to life—and to light.