2005 Editions (12)
Mehrnoosh on revamping small spaces; David Tisherman & Kevin Fleming on transforming an entrance; Jeff Freeman on water and concrete; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on creating a private paradise.
Daryl Toby on recycling materials and art; Jon Mitovich on rain curtains; Steve Gutai on backwashing basics; Randy & Martha Beard on projects with architect Mark Singer.
George Forni on chemical-free ponds; Janet Lennox Moyer on illuminating plants; James van Sweden on watershaping for the Chicago Botanic Garden.
Bruce Zaretsky on dry-stacked stone walls; Bruce Kania on floating-island systems; Larry O’Hearn on Chicago’s Crown Fountain.
Anthony Archer Wills on watergardening; Sergio Furnari on custom tile mosaics; Ron Lacher on factors in pool cracking; Stephen Wilson on pools as ‘inground sculptures.’
Mario Abaldo on hillside waterfalls; David Curt Morris on water sculptures; Scott Cohen on funfilled watershaping; Sheri & Roger Soares II on a water-filled desert oasis.
Treadwell Jones on multi-generational appeal; Jeff Freeman on water-treatment technology; David Tisherman on classical influences; Michelle Van de Voorde on meeting clients’ desires.
Anthony Archer Wills on edge treatments; Mark Holden on planned precision; Paolo Benedetti on water-in-transit geometry.
September 2005 (Vol. 7, No. 9)
Stephanie Rose on restoring tranquility; Dennis Haase on stone quarrying; Michael Gardner on water- test kits; Ken Alperstein on Old World styles.
Stephen Hamelin on the dynamics of aquatic play; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on designing the Playboy Mansion pool; Michael Batchelor & Andrey Berezowsky on water and sculptural passion.
November 2005 (Vol. 7, No. 11)
Tim Eorgan on waterproofing; Nick Powell on textured ceramic tile; Ron Lacher & Aaron Cowan on imaging technology; Stephanie Rose on sculpture and watershapes.
December 2005 (Vol. 7, No. 12)
George Forni on curing serious water problems; Steve Gutai on hydraulic calculations; Chet Van Duzer on natural floating islands; Juan Roca on building pools in Costa Rica.