Caserta, Italy

The largest manmade cascade in the world which is part of a vista terminating 3Klm from the rear elevation of the palace. 2Klm’s of the vista is the cascade, canals and intermediate fountains. There can be little doubt that the combination of the dense planting in partnership with the moving water produces its own microclimate and isolated environment within a busy urban setting.
















Parc Andre Citroen, Paris, France

Contemporary water control produces a display that both provides interest and facilitates planned and spontaneous games in this public environment, note: Football, a vital component of a ball balancing on water plume game

Parc Andre Cotroen (6)














Bordeaux, France

All about the water. This is a genuinely interactive functional display that provides entertainment during the day and ‘reflection’ with romance at night.

Bordeaux 2




























Parc Kromberg, Tilburg, Netherlands

I always really liked this use of fire escape grid panels (apologies old photograph). No danger of falling in but variable plumes will provide entertainment and an interesting pedestrian route.

Parc Kromburg


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