This 90 hectare string of parks was subject to a reclassification of its many pedestrian circulations.
The lighting was designed to secure the walks, create pleasant nocturnal atmospheres and enhance the image of the site, visible in the perspective and from the bordering buildings. It was conceived from luminous diffusing columns fixed on a wooden mast and equipped with a cylindrical mask with a lace of maple leaves.
This lighting is voluntarily diffuse, unlike the solar light that gives the oriented East-West walks a sunny face and a shady one.
The paths, used during part of the night only, are lit depending on these temporary uses to preserve the nocturnal biodiversity at best.
Landscape architects: Jacqueline Osty & Associates
Engineering studio: OGI
Conseil Général des Hauts de Seine