Hosted by The Research Center for Japanese Garden Art and Historical Heritage and associated with Kyoto University of Art and Design, program topics range from historical context, design intent, tea ceremonies, Zen practices, Japanese gardens in the modern age and much more. In addition to lectures by acclaimed prominent scholars, specialized tours have been arranged […]
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.
AguaFina is pleased to announce the introduction of our 2010 product catalog, now available for both immediate viewing and downloading at http://www.aguafina.com/Store.asp The catalog features many of the distinctive garden decor pieces in our collection including AguaFina’s signature fountains, Japanese lanterns, basins, sculptural elements and one of a kind pieces.