architectural fountain

architectural fountain

A system of pumps, tubes, pipes, controls, valves, and nozzles through which water is forced under pressure to produce ornamental jets, spouts, or showers; often lighted for special nighttime effects.
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Premier world has a collection of world class fountains including musical fountains; these are musical dancing fountains, dynamic and interactive fountains, water featured architectural fountains, in all sizes from compact to large outdoor fountains, floating fountains, and fountain lights and components.
Citygarden (8th and Market streets; www.citygardenstl.org) is a 2.9-acre, open (nongated) botanical and art oasis marked by architectural fountains and a variety of perennials, grasses, and rain gardens in the middle of downtown St.
On the commercial end, the beauty and appeal of dry-deck fountains lie in their utilitarian versatility: Architectural fountains by day can become multiuse spaces at night.

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