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Highlights from some of our past projects
In this section, we highlight projects from the recent - and sometimes not so recent - past that we're particularly proud of. Some of them were submitted for awards. Some have won awards. Some were published in local and national shelter and trade magazines. Some are just great projects we want to brag about. Click on any of the links below for more details.
Chevy Chase MD pool house project, designed by GTM Architects with outdoor lighting designed and installed by Outdoor Illumination, featured in the Washington Post in May 2016.
Brandywine Garden Award Submission: 2016 Potomac ASLA Honor Award (Campion Hruby Landscape Architects), Forest Hills - Washington DC
Outdoor Illumination makes a big purple statement for a North Carolina Audi dealer and devoted Prince fan
Outdoor Illumination president Mark Oxley featured in November/December 2015 American Gardener magazine
Creek Hill Farm Award Submission (Graham Landscape Architecture), Middleburg VA
McLean Residence Award Submission (Graham Landscape Architecture), McLean VA
The Owl's Nest Reborn, Washington Spaces, Summer 2009.
Energy & Landscape Lighting, Barbara Kulp, Senior Design Consultant, Landscape Projects Inc., October 2008.
Getting the Light Right: Tips to make the most of your home and garden at night, Washingtonian, May 2008
Let There Be Light,
Mark Oxley, President, Outdoor Illumination Inc.
Artistry and Ambiance, Washington Spaces, Fall/Early Winter 2006.
Light in Winter, Mark Oxley, President, Outdoor Illumination Inc.
"HIDing" Light in the Landscape, Mark Oxley, President, Outdoor Illumination Inc. Groundwork Magazine, March 2005
Light on Water: Adding Sparkle to the Splash, Aqua Magazine, November 2004.
Fresh Air Style: Elements of Water and Warmth Establish an Outdoor Paradise, Washington Spaces, November 2004
The Lighting Landscape: Is It Evolving? Giles Creemer, Senior Lighting Designer, Outdoor Illumination Inc., Groundwork Magazine, September 2003
Lighting Outdoor "Rooms",
Mark Oxley, President, Outdoor Illumination Inc.,
A Little Light: When It Comes To Outdoor Lighting, Don't Think Big, Washingtonian, May 2002