2001 Editions (9)
January/February 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 1)
Mark Holden on a retro-look design (I); Kevin Fleming on upscale approaches; Steve Gutai on pump technology; John Gilbert Leubtow on slumped-glass sculpture.
Tom Moneta & Mike Farley on site-specific design; Steven Knight on creating grand-scale fun; Paolo Benedetti on fiberoptics; Ken Alperstein on golf course water.
Melanie Jauregui on inspired clients; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on frosty fountains; Joe Nolan on the beauty of stone; David Tisherman on deluxe finishing.
Rosalind Reed on sculpture gardens; Paul L’Heureux on sequenced water; Bruce Zaretsky on care in mixing garden styles; Donald H. Brandes Jr. on restoring riverfronts.
Richard Winget on fun-inspired waterforms; William Rowley & Patricia Soto on an indoor aquatic center; Mark Holden on survey formats; Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (I).
July/August 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 6)
Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (II); Doug Ruthenberg on prefabricated perimeter overflows; John Stupfel on play-feature scaling; Jeff Rugg on pond basics (I).
September 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 7)
Pam Pasotti on interactive waterplay; Mark Urban on energy-saving pools; Greg Stoks on value-engineered watershapes; Jeff Rugg on pond basics (II).
David Tisherman on exploiting hilltop views; Eric Dobbs on a whimsical fountain; Hal Hagen on natural stream work; Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (III).
November/December 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 9)
Curt Straub on Kansas City’s fountains; Jim McCloskey on the Getty Center; David Tisherman on Fallingwater.