Friday, July 17, 2009

Water feature to complement an old rock wall

An example on how easy it is to create a great water feature, taking into account the existing and surrounding materials.

On this historical property, the boundary walls were mostly made of stone, so an alcove was created to place the lion head spout and the basin set in against the wall. A great use of space and the weathered look on the "bowl' already complements the colours on the wall.

Picture: taken on location at JEC, Parktown. GenaD Pohtography

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