Kerry Friedman on watershaping for the Missouri Botanical Garden; Michael Truehart on custom designs with vinyl liners; Roger Gariano on classic tile mosaics.
Anthony Archer Wills on using reflections; Bob Rush on working with an architect; Brett Herman with a poolside view of commercial design; John Cohen on pushing the creative envelope.
Kate Wiseman & Keith Lowry on client-driven design; Mark Holden on teaching about watershapes; Bill Goddard on grand-scale residential design.
Skip Phillips on organizing Jade Mountain; Nick Troubetskoy on envisioning Jade Mountain; Chris Barnes on building Jade Mountain’s pools; David Knox on accessorizing Jade Mountain’s watershapes.
Paolo Benedetti on finding great sources; Bruce Kania on microbes and water clarity; Phil Della Pietro on modular construction of vinyl-liner pools; Tim Krzeminski on growing ambition.
Charles Wise on staying up to date; Alan Hochman on drama in stone and water; Mark Holden on watershaping terminology; Jim Robinson on using Eastern influences.
Robert Bledsoe on market trailblazing; Joe Nolan on stone types and varieties; Richard J. Van Seters on grand floating fountains.
Melanie Mackenzie on total environmental design; Ron Lacher on wall failures; Belinda Stillwell on developing an aquatic-therapy facility; Stephen Pevnick on ‘writing’ with drops of water.
Bob Vaughn on regionally appropriate design; Mike Gambino on landscape lighting; Mark Holden on communicating about water; Kevin Fleming on a thoroughly Modernist design.
Brian Van Bower on design collaboration; Andy Tymiak on designing wave pools; Raymond Jungles on the legacy of Roberto Burle Marx.
Bill Goddard on an estate-scale project; Donovan Brown on mothods of client communication; David Long on artful artificial rockwork; Michael Denman on watershaping in the desert.
Franco D’Ascanio on working with palms; David Peterson on the value of CAD standards; Steve Gutai on motor classifications; Rick Pendleton on using water curtains.