New Aqua Slides from Water Odyssey
Water Odyssey (San Marcos, TX) has introduced Fun Forms Aqua Slides for use in aquatic-play…
2013/7.1, July 10 — A Hilltop Masterpiece, Avoiding Design Mistakes, Going Pondless and more
                             July 10, 2013        …
A Fountain Revised
When I drove to downtown Los Angeles a few months ago to take photographs of Ricardo Legorreta’s glorious purple aqueduct in Pershing Square, I parked a few blocks away in a lot near the civic center. It was a gorgeous day, so I decided to linger a while and take in Grand Park – a large, new green space stretching between
A Recipe for Jambalaya
Truly a large-scale project full of unique technical challenges in an unusual and important civic setting, the renovation of the watershapes at Jambalaya Park in Gonzalez, La., is easily the most unusual project our firm has ever tackled. The park covers seven beautifully wooded acres in an older section of town that's mostly residential but sits directly behind City Hall and several other smaller civic buildings.  It takes its name from the fact that the city is known as the world's "Jambalaya Capital" and annually hosts a week-long festival celebrating the Cajun stew that has become a star in the