Fountains. Thursday , September 20th , 2018 - 08:39:03 AM
Most fountains in public places are unique works of art, commissioned for some reason in particular. Many fountains are also expressions of power, ability, or artistry. They make bold statements and can be strongly identified with particular places or people. Towns in Europe often have a fountain in a central square that identifies the town's coat of arms or is the symbol of the town. Other fountains are meant to show off great works of art or feats of engineering (think of those enormous shooting water spouts you see in some ponds and lakes). Some fountains also entertain, like a Japanese-built one that can create letters and shapes with its water jets, or water displays with fountains timed and lighted to music.
The rising popularity of indoor fountains is an unexplained phenomenon. Perhaps indoor fountains are the natural link between outdoor and indoor spaces, and their popularity is tied to rising interests in gardening. Or perhaps water is the newest material for sculptural artists and interior designers always in search of the newest trend. Or perhaps tabletop fountains are just our way of celebrating our collective past, of bringing a piece of the grand and the historical into our homes in a very downscaled, manageable way. Whatever the reason, tabletop and wall fountains are sure to become even more popular as home owners discover the joy of dressing up and living with their indoor fountains.
Label :Large Indoor Water Fountains‚ Small Indoor Fountain‚ Metal Water Features Fountains or Large Yard Fountains‚ Fountains For Outside Gardens‚
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