With its annual roundup of the best water features and pools around the world, Aquatics International published the Dream Designs winners for 2017 in its July/August issue, highlighting two ADE projects.
Memorable and impactful is how we would describe designing the interactive water feature and pool for Give Kids the World Village, a nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides week-long, cost-free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. In celebration of our 30th anniversary, our studio director JT Toavs shares his experience when working on this project from a decade ago.
The $450 million tower at Northwestern Mutual’s Milwaukee corporate headquarters is a modern marvel with the latest workplace amenities, but it also preserves its history with a beautiful indoor atrium that showcases 100-year-old architecture complemented by new ADE fountains.
Continuing our blog series celebrating Aquatic Design & Engineering’s (ADE) 30th anniversary, studio manager Luke Johnston reflects back on bringing the excitement of a water park to one of Orlando’s prime hotel destinations.
A world-class choreographed show fountain and a whimsical interactive water feature in the same space in The Woodlands, Texas, is another one of our favorite projects to look back on as we celebrate our 30th year.