We invite you to go for a walk at day or at night in the heart of this magical place that is the Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire. We have sowed our colorful glass cornflowers in its large tropical greenhouse It is with great honor that we have invested the place, this castle and center of historical arts organizes each year the international festival of gardens hosting the flagship landscapers of the moment … until 05 November 2017 visit the gardens of the […]
Bulbi is directly inspired by nature: from the astonishing curves of the garlic flower. The bulb has been redesigned to give birth to this stripped molten glass with an Art-Deco look at day and lupine flower at night. Thanks to its copper wires, Bulbi wraps around and adapts to the support he finds on his way, he climbs on a trellis, hangs on a pergola … At the bend of a garden path, hides this Extraordinary luminous plant, that once […]
The JPW team wishes you a MERRY CHRISTMAS
we will be back on monday january 2nd 2017
Luminescent glass bud species, from the Pili family, powered by fiber optic, cultivated for there soft golden glow.
Soil : any type indoor or outdoor
Light exposure : at night and in full sun
Maintenance : none
Planting and flowering : all year round
This year again was held in the heart of London, the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show , from 24 to 28 of May.
Our partner, landscape designer, James Basson, gave us the honor of representing again “JPW” in his garden, sponsored by L’Occitane, and especially created for the occasion. Again, James Basson won a gold medal for his garden with scents of Provence, delicately highlighted by our autonomous Kaméléon lantern.
New appointment with JPW at the Castle. JPW will present his new “Light Bulb” and a selection of his Miniatures. Lets meet at our booth n° 207
Our yearly event in Switzerland at the Coppet Castle only a few miles from Geneva along the lake. Come and meet us at our booth on May 6-7-8 2016 from 10 am to 6 pm.
Our landscape designer partner James Basson won the SGD (Society home garden) international garden award for his work on the “Canebiers”. This garden was entirely illuminated by JPW.