2004 Editions (12)
Kevin Ruddy on enclosures; Lynn Wolff & John Copley on reviatizing a classic park; Ron Lacher on steel and concrete; George Forni on water quality for natural watershapes.
Clayton Varick on nature and architecture; Randy & Martha Beard on working with architects; Paolo Benedetti on protecting stone; Steve Kaiser on grand-scale watershapes.
David Curt Morris on kinetic sculpture; Peter Cattano on collaboration; Barbara Zigann on recycled coral; Derk Hebdon on water and settings for healing.
Cynthia Hayes on the spiritual side of design; Steve Gutai on jets for concrete spas; George Forni on huge-scale pond maintenance; Frederick L. Gregory on stone-and-water sculpture.
William N. Rowley on main-drain safety; Kerry Friedman & Mike Perkowski on revitalizing a St. Louis landmark; Les Ewen on purposeful restoration; Steve Dallons on high-wire watershaping.
Steve Dallons on a hilltop masterpiece; Jon Mitovich on the D-Day Memorial; David Slawson on Japanese inspiration.
Julie Brinkerhoff-Jacobs on model homes; Dominic Shaw on fountain ‘standards’; Paolo Benedetti on fortifying concrete; Mark Holden on Italy’s historic watershapes.
Ron Bravo on Olympic-scale restoration; Ken Martin & Gerald Tester on water and music; Scott Sylvester on outdoor sound; Melanie Jauregui on clients and styles.
September 2004 (Vol. 6, No. 9)
Mario Abaldo on a grand-scale vision; Steve Gutai on valves; Janet Lennox Moyer on principles of lighting water.
Philip diGiacomo & Mark Holden on watershaping’s role; Ed Grusheski on a river’s history; Richard Allen on integrated spaces.
November 2004 (Vol. 6, No. 11)
Mario Abaldo on grand-scale detailing; Jeff Freeman on water-chemistry ABCs; Michelle Griffoul on bold tile statements; Eamonn Hughes on naturalistic design.
December 2004 (Vol. 6, No. 12)
Revisiting 25 previously published projects that define The Platinum Standard in watershaping.