Landscape Architect & Specifier’s June, 2017 issue features a Southern Aquatics project, Century Link Campus. Century Link is a S&P 500 telecommunications company with is headquarters located in Monroe, LA. The 2.2 acre courtyard serves to connect the office building and technology center with multiple spaces to provide dynamic character. Southern Aquatics was able to assist in bringing landscape architecture firm, EDGE’s vision to life.
Southern Aquatics Inc is near the completion of project Park Van Ness in Washington D.C.
Park Van Ness is a 271-unit residential project with approximately 9,000 square feet of street-level retail, below street-level structured parking, and amenities including a community room, landscaped courtyards, a fitness room and a rooftop pool and deck.
Historically, fountains have largely been a symbol of wealth, power, grace and artistry. In retrospect, arguably the most iconic fountain of the past, the Latona Fountain in Versailles, adorned the majestic royal palace.
While fountains are much more accessible now, their role and significance has not diminished. Thankfully, with the advent of mass production and advanced manufacturing methods, royalty is no longer necessary to own fountain.
For over 13 years, SAI has strived to create exemplary fountains and water features by leading the industry in quality, innovation and teamwork. With that being said, it is always nice for our work to be noticed, specifically by well-known media outlets like, “Landscape Architect and Specifier News” or “LandscapeOnline.com.”
Building a fountain from the bottom up
Fountains are a wonderful display of power, grace and engineering. Whether indoor or outdoor, a fountain emits a performance not many can resist watching. A well-designed fountain enriches the surrounding area and provides many benefits beyond just entertainment and serenity.