CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS Click on the link above to see our latest project in progress! Latest water feature by the AguaFina team made of Corten Steel which was added to an existing pool. The project also includes traditional hand stacked stone walls with antique gates, specimen plantings, natural steps and custom lighting…more photos […]
We wanted to give all of our followers an update on this project. Late fall of 2011 we delivered the custom commissioned pieces. Below are some of the images of the principal Daryl Toby assisting the park in unloading and setting these wonderful stone elements. We will post more images as the project progresses. Enjoy!
We are pleased to announce our involvement with the Lincoln Parks Foundation of Lincoln NE, and their construction of the Union Plaza Children’s Discovery Garden. We have been selected by the foundation to supply custom stone commissions for the park some of which include stone furniture, peak-a-boo stones, humming stones, and large climbing rocks. This […]
Recently AguaFina was requested by MetrRio, Brazil, to provide a presentation for landscape improvements in association with the expansion of the Metro Rio system, particularly Line 1a. AguaFina is honored to have been one of three firms selected to provide a proposal. In addition to the requested proposal, AguaFina is also providing recommendation for thematic […]
AguaFina Gardens International, a specialized Landscape Architectural Design and Installation firm with expertise in stone setting, unique water features, fire effects, and a garden style that merges modern fusion, Asian influences, and natural elements has formalized a strategic partnership with BuregaFarnell,a hospitality design studio based in Singapore. This partnership is aimed to further cater to […]
One of our more challenging projects and one that we are quite proud of. The lower landscape is comprised of a series of radiuses formed from Corten Steel intersecting a number of large stones while the overall garden mixes specimen plant material, water features, sculptural elements and unique material choices.
Part of a larger project this feature seamlessly fuses together both water and fire.