There are not lots of traces or exact records of English monastic gardens left today. A twelfth-century plan of Canterbury presents only a vague notion of the planting and structure; it demonstrates the cloisters containing a herbarium and a conduit—with the fish-pond, orchard, and vineyard outside the walls. However, even though this is an … Read More


Indoor fountains are a useful addition in hospitals and wellness clinics because they contribute a peaceful, tranquil essence to them. Lightly streaming water lulls people into a state of introspection.In addition, convalescence is thought to go faster when indoor fountains are used in treatment. A number of ailments are thought to get better with … Read More


Two noticeable types of Tuscan water fountains highly regarded in the fifteenth century were designed for the center of a piazza, court, or garden called the freestanding or "isolated" kind; and the "engaged" or wall fountain, placed against a wall at the end of a square or plaza. Nowadays the residential property of the Banca del Monte dei Paschi,… Read More


Water-lifting systems date all the way back to the Hellenistic period and entail such systems as the Archimedes Screw, water wheel, and the pump invented by Ctesibius. Not one of these instruments were optimal, however, and all were incapable of bringing water to additional heights in adequate amounts, like the thirty meters between the Acqua Vergi… Read More


Add a decorative and modern twist to your home by adding an indoor wall fountain. You can create a noise-free, stressless and relaxing setting for your family, friends and clients by installing this type of fountain. Your employees and clientele alike will take notice and complement your new interior wall water feature. All those who come near your… Read More