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Steve Sandalis on designing a showpiece pond for a small space; Jimmy Reed on exploiting the artistic potential of tile; William Bennett & Walter Williams on ballroom-floor-type covers for indoor pools; and Ben Dozier on a cantilevered pool with a 'clear' advantage.
Steve Kenny on designing for great water quality; J.B. Werner on concrete permeability and waterproofing; Christopher Lines on working with classic details; and Jeffrey Boucher on reviving a historic pool with period accuracy.
Fu-Tung Cheng on the potential of concrete as an artistic medium; Mark Holden on a park in which the watershapes reflect local history; and John Carlson on fooling the eye with artificial rockwork.
Ed Beaulieu on one community's approach to water management; Michael Mudrick & Elena Danke on the waterproofing of big marine exhibits; and James Robyn on the path to acceptance of 'natural pools.'
Resource Directory for 2011, including Supplier Directory, Product Table of Contents and Product Directory.
Steven Peck & Damon van der Linde with a Commentary on watershaping and green roofs; Michael Percy on completing a spectacular, wall-to-wall project; William N. Rowley with an expert's guide to building pools on high-rise rooftops; Tommy T. Cook on using giant leaf-castings as fountains; and James Garland, Tom Yankelitis and Ritesh Khetia on creating an open, shipboard stage for aquatic perfomances.
Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith with an inside view of Chicago Botanic Garden; William Drakeley and Jeffrey Boucher on executing an intricately designed indoor pool; and Anthony Archer Wills on planning and installing a huge pond/stream project.
Scott Cohen on designing outdoor kitchens; David Tisherman on finding the right photographer; Kevin Doud on working with fire features; and Kevin Ruddy on the process of designing indoor pools.
Skip Phillips on poured-in-place concrete for pool construction; Patrick Simmsgeiger with a maintenance expert's perspective on pond design; Randy Dukes on a consensus approach to starting plaster pools; and Thomas Lopez on restoring the pool at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West.
Anthony Archer Wills on keys to working at a grand scale; Paolo Benedetti on ancient Roman techniques for heating pools; Eric Herman on industrial water treatment; and Lynn Wolff & John Copley on Boston's new waterfront parks.
Anthony Archer Wills on designing a grand pond/stream system; Colleen Holmes on transforming a property with plants, stone and water; and Joan Roca on designing with simple forms for a resort in Costa Rica.
Douglas Cook on geothermal energy and applications; Kris Kesler on using computers in watershape fabrication; Paolo Benedetti on safer, saner equipment pad layouts; and David L'Heureux on brightening urban centers with water and light.
Author Index, 2009; Article Topic Index, 2009; Column Indices, 2009; Supplier Directory; Product Table of Contents; Product Directory.
Peter Cattano on doing right by modest projects; Steve Sandalis on edges and visual transitions; Jeff Freeman on water-treatment technologies; and Kerry Friedman on CityGarden, St. Louis' newest downtown park.
Eric D. Groft on thinking locally in watershape design; Paolo Benedetti on setting skimmers for use with automatic covers; Sven Schunemann on the use of water's unique rhythms; and David Tisherman on a luxurious lap pool.
Timothy Rumph on working in protected spaces; Jamison C. Ori on client expectations for greener designs; Bruce Kania on research into 'wetland effects'; and Aviram Muller with a call for greener approaches to watershaping.
Ben Dozier & Michael Percy on a grand, wall-to-wall project; George Yoggy with an expert's perspective on concrete standards; Jim Wilder on a watershape fit for the stars; and Rick Driemeyer on the inspiration to be found in national parks.
Bob Dews on a pond made for pool-style use; Paolo Benedetti on proper designs for surge tanks; Stefan Kanetis & David Stone on a watershape that becomes a deck; and Mark Holden & Jim Bucklin on an artful project with a rapid timeline.
Rick Driemeyer on creating watershapes to attract wildlife; Matt Doolin & Paul Doolin on the art of ceramic tile; Bob Harper on salt for pools; and Randy Beard on a deceptively simple watershape in a sublime setting.
Anthony Archer Wills on designing water sources; William N. Rowley on the processes of historic renovation; Paolo Benedetti on methods for hiding spaside controls; and William Bennett & Walter Williams on a high-flying (but cost-conscious) project.
Dave Garton on watershapes as living works of art; William Drakeley on shotcrete applications; Steven N. Blair on the medical value of aquatic exercise; and Michael Nantz on challenging sites and quirky clients.
Bob Dews on front-yard waterfeatures; Paolo Benedetti on working with incompetent soil; Matt Wilson on the potential of artificial stone; and Sheri & Roger Soares II on using water in transit in special spaces.
Rick Laughlin on applying life's lessons in design; Paolo Benedetti on hiding deck-construction joints; Simon Gardiner on new technologies for animating fountains; and Kathy Marosz on concluding an elaborate, multi-year project.
Michael Batchelor & Andrey Berezowsky on glass sculptures and water; Kirk Butler on a stone supplier's role in the creative process; Giorgos Eptaimeros on a small-scale backyard waterpark; and David Tisherman on colors, textures and visual impressions.
James Atlas on completing a massive, multi-year project; Ed Beaulieu on rainwater harvesting; Aviram Muller on devising fountains for a Las Vegas show.
Ten-year (1999-2008) article and topic indexes; ten-year (1999-2008) indexes for all columns; Resource Directory, with Supplier Directory, Product Table of Contents and Product Directory.
Anthony Archer Wills on shaping formal ponds; Franco D'Ascanio on building for fun in the Florida Keys; David Tisherman on modern watershaping in an Old World style; and a Commentary from Ray Cronise on the use of drains in pools.
Kirk Bianchi on blending water with desert architecture; William N. Rowley & Greg Cannon on revitailizing a neighborhood pool; John Gilbert Luebtow on making statements in glass and water; Robert Nonemaker on the watershapes at Longwood Gardens.
Scott Murase on watershapes for a slender park; Alan Smith on the wonders of white plaster; Adrian R. Coles on garden accents and architectural features; Martin Mosko on shaping a high-altitude paradise.
Josh Katz on a vinyl-liner lazy river; Larry Paulick on a country-club's waterfeatures; David Whiteis on generating bubble rings; Colleen Holmes on doing a big front-yard project in a hurry.
Randy Beard on water and sculpture; Bruce Becker on getting people into pools; Ed Beaulieu on ponds at Epcot; Kathy Marosz on large-scale residential hydraulics.
The Joseph McCloskey Prizes for Anthony Archer Wills, William N. Rowley and David Tisherman; revisiting 20 previously published projects that define The Platinum Standard in watershaping.
William Bennett & Walter Williams on an angular perimeter-overflow pool; Patricia Soto on a grand community pool complex; Ben Dozier on fusing diverse styles.
Kathy Marosz on keeping up with a creative client; Robert Nonemaker on using rills; Perry Wood, Mark Baker & Travis Tuck on harmonizing a community with nature.
Randy Beard on creating a watery playground; Greg Danskin on an architect's perspective of watershaping; Anne Gunn on the power of watershaping; Steve Sandalis on realizing a client's vision.
Steve Mann on making music with water; Mike Gambino on lighting technology; James Atlas on early stages of a massive project.
Jason Fragomeni on reviving a 1920s pool; Barbara Goldstein on swimming for health; Rainer Grafinger on 'natural' pools; Rick Driemeyer on intensely personalized design.
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.
Brian Van Bower on design collaboration; Andy Tymiak on designing wave pools; Raymond Jungles on the legacy of Roberto Burle Marx.
Bob Vaughn on regionally appropriate design; Mike Gambino on landscape lighting; Mark Holden on communicating about water; Kevin Fleming on a thoroughly Modernist design.
Robert Bledsoe on market trailblazing; Joe Nolan on stone types and varieties; Richard J. Van Seters on grand floating fountains.
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.
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.
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.
Kate Wiseman & Keith Lowry on client-driven design; Mark Holden on teaching about watershapes; Bill Goddard on grand-scale residential design.
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.
Kerry Friedman on watershaping for the Missouri Botanical Garden; Michael Truehart on custom designs with vinyl liners; Roger Gariano on classic tile mosaics.
Ken Alperstein on working in protected environments; Eric Herman on aquatic therapy; Jeff Castle on floating stone objects; Colleen Holmes on playful design.
Dominic Shaw on culturally inspired design; Mark Holden & Donovan Brown on precise equipment pads; Steve Gutai on flows over weirs; David Tisherman on remodeling without demolition.
David Garton on dertialing ponds and streams; Robert Nonemaker on joining design teams; Maria Lynch Dumoulin on classic replications; George Forni on reviving a dying lake.
Dave Wooten on wave-making for Disney; John Mee on fog effects; Dale J. Evers on aquatic sculptures; David Tisherman on estate-scale design.
John Cohen on client-oriented design; Ron Lacher on concrete step and bench failures; Judith Corona on using color theory; Steve Sandalis on stream and ponds on steep sites.
Mark Holden on Spanish Colonial style; Paul L'Heureux & Douglas Duff on consumer-attracting watershapes; Cynthia & Gary Kinman on grand stage-setting.
Roger Hopkins on stone and water; Beth Hamil on ozone systems for animal exhibits; David Knox on optical tile designs; William N. Rowley on reviving a Julia Morgan classic.
Michael Nantz on designs for small spaces; Anthony Archer Wills on water clarity for ponds and streams; Skip Phillips on variable-speed pumps; Nate Reynolds on using acrylic panels.
Claire Kahn Tuttle on the Columbus Cirle fountain; Randy & Martha Beard on the details of Mediterranean styling; Eric Herman on the Getty Villa.
Frank Bowman on using consultants; Bill Gullekson & Chris Doyle on cultural echoes in watershaping; Tory R. Zweigle on water walsl; Steve Sandalis on passion with ponds and streams.
Anne Gunn on floating-ball fountains; Janet Lennox Moyer on illuminating open spaces; Dan Moosman on bridges; David Tisherman on fine pool finishes.
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.
Tim Eorgan on waterproofing; Nick Powell on textured ceramic tile; Ron Lacher & Aaron Cowan on imaging technology; Stephanie Rose on sculpture and watershapes.
Stephen Hamelin on the dyanics of aquatic play; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on designing the Playboy Mansion pool; Michael Batchelor & Andrey Berezowsky on water and sculptural passion.
Stephanie Rose on restoring tranquility; Dennis Haase on stone quarrying; Michael Gardner on water- test kits; Ken Alperstein on Old World styles.
Anthony Archer Wills on edge treatments; Mark Holden on planned precision; Paolo Benedetti on water-in-transit geometry.
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.
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.
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.'
Bruce Zaretsky on dry-stacked stone walls; Bruce Kania on floating-island systems; Larry O'Hearn on Chicago's Crown Fountain.
George Forni on chemical-free ponds; Janet Lennox Moyer on illuminating plants; James van Sweden on watershaping for the Chicago Botanic Garden.
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.
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.
Revisiting 25 previously published projects that define The Platinum Standard in watershaping.
Mario Abaldo on grand-scale detailing; Jeff Freeman on water-chemistry ABCs; Michelle Griffoul on bold tile statements; Eamonn Hughes on naturalistic design.
Philip diGiacomo & Mark Holden on watershaping's role; Ed Grusheski on a river's history; Richard Allen on integrated spaces.
Mario Abaldo on a grand-scale vision; Steve Gutai on valves; Janet Lennox Moyer on principles of lighting water.
Ron Bravo on Olympic-scale restoration; Ken Martin & Gerald Tester on water and music; Scott Sylvester on outsoor sound; Melanie Jauregui on clients and styles.
Julie Brinkerhoff-Jacobs on model homes; Dominic Shaw on fountain 'standards'; Paolo Benedetti on fortifying concrete; Mark Holden on Italy's historic watershapes.
Steve Dallons on a hilltop masterpiece; Jon Mitovich on the D-Day Memorial; David Slawson on Japanese inspiration.
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.
David Curt Morris on kinetic sculpture; Peter Cattano on collaboration; Barbara Zigann on recycled coral; Derk Hebdon on water and settings for healing.
Clayton Varick on nature and architecture; Randy & Martha Beard on working with architects; Paolo Benedetti on protecting stone; Steve Kaiser on grand-scale watershapes.
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.
Five-year (1999-2003) article and topic indexes; five-year (1999-2003) indexes for all columns.
John Jennings & Jean Garbier on a resort waterpark; Dominic Shaw on roles of consultants; Mark Holden on carved stone; George Forni on periodsensitive renovation.
Jon Mitovich on dry-deck fountains; Douglas Roth on liner issues; John Marckx & Scott Fleming on installing glass tile; Steve Oliver on blending water and sculptures.
Ross Miller on site-specific fountains; Steve Gutai on plumbing joints; Mark Holden on period-sensitive restoration.
Bill Fintel on attracting birds; Ron Lacher on structural engineering; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on building for a special child; Ken Alperstein on golf course design.
Anne Gunn on a folksy fountain; Steve Kuntz on water and wood; Mark Holden on classic tile; David Tisherman on watershaping for an art collector.
Johannes H. Wagner & Eugene R. Bolinger on creating a war memorial; Jeff Freeman on hydraulic retrofitting; Bruce Zaretsky on sensory gardens; Richard Hansen on water/stone sculptures.
Randy & Martha Beard on collaboration; Ron Yavis on custom vinyl-liner pools; Robert Jechart on developing a pool alarm; Jon Mitovich on Microsoft's campus.
Kevin Fleming on high-end ambitions; Steve Gutai on surge tanks; Glenn Harris on decorative interior finishes; Sandra Hasegawa Ingalls on symbolism in watershapes.
Mark Holden on the Villa d'Este; Skip Phillips on water in transit; Rick Anderson on Chinese gardens; William Hobbs on Maya Lin's watershapes.
John Copley & Lynn Wolff on modernizing classic fountains; Paul L'Heureux on lighting water in motion; Lauchlin Bethune on imitating nature; David Tisherman on edgy colors.
Janet Rosenberg & Glenn Herman on site-sensitive design; Bruce Riley on remodeling with artificial rock; Steve Gutai on filters; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on long-term design work.
John J. Altorio on civic fountains; Steve Gutai on skimmers; Mike Heacox on the design/construction gap; Randy & Martha Beard on working with landscape architects.
William Rowley & Scott Mackey on designing for varied needs; Rick Anderson on pond essentials; Pamela J. Pasotti on interactive waterplay; Ron Gibbons on 'stellar' fiberoptics.
Kathy Marosz on project integration; E.J. Biernesser, Pete Biernesser & Mike Raible on restoring a lakeshore; TomMoneta on spa-edge details; Rafe Affleck on scupture and water.
Skip Phillips on Hearst Castle's watershapes; Brian Van Bower on the Raleigh Hotel pool; Douglas M. Roth on Katsura Rikyu.
Curt Straub on Kansas City's fountains; Jim McCloskey on the Getty Center; David Tisherman on Fallingwater.
David Tisherman on exploiting hilltop views; Eric Dobbs on a whimsical fountain; Hal Hagen on natural stream work; Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (III).
Pam Pasotti on interactive waterplay; Mark Urban on energy-saving pools; Greg Stoks on value-engineered watershapes; Jeff Rugg on pond basics (II).
Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (II); Doug Ruthenberg on prefabricated perimeter overflows; John Stupfel on play-feature scaling; Jeff Rugg on pond basics (I).
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).
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.
Melanie Jauregui on inspired clients; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on frosty fountains; Joe Nolan on the beauty of stone; David Tisherman on deluxe finishing.
Tom Moneta & Mike Farley on site-specific design; Steven Knight on creating grand-scale fun; Paolo Benedetti on fiberoptics; Ken Alperstein on golfcourse water.
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.
Keith Davitt on designing for small spaces; Erich Altvater on the importance of aeration; Curt Sraub on alternatives to litigation; Maria Hetzner on sheet falls.
Bobbie Schwartz on controlling garden access; Rick Anderson on streambeds; Joe Esser on modular steel pools; Michael Nantz on watershapes and architecture.
Paul L'Heureux on international project management; Russell Penick on a multi-feature commercial project; Larry Long on steel cages; George Forni on installing and maintaining lakes.
Mike Hersman on lighting design; Ken Macaire on faux-rock installations; Mike Gravenmeir on repairing cracks in concrete shells; Dan Andrews on glass mosaics.
Elizabeth Navas Finley on Japanese gardens; Genesis 3 student-work review; a roundtable (David Tisherman, Richard Dube, Rick Anderson, Skip Phillips & Brian Van Bower) on pools and landscape design; ClintWest & Leah Canon on color rendering.
Mark Holden on aquatic-design history; Jon Mitovich on dry-deck fountains; Curt Straub on conflict resolution; David Tisherman on site geometry.
Rick Anderson on stream design; Holli Adams on community waterparks; Steve Gutai on spa hydraulics; Greg Wittstock on entry-level watergardens.