Walk-through fountains are a great solution for cities with multidisciplinary spaces. They have a great acceptance among the youngest and respect the walking space of the elderly.
Design of walk-through fountains
We design attractive elements that can be easily integrated into squares and public places. Our projects are minimalistic and versatile, and offer the possibility of play and refreshment in the summer.
n this type of fountain, the jets come from the floor and are designed so that the water ascends vertically, reaching different heights.
The main differences between our designs can be observed in the distribution of the jets, their height, inclination and the lighting effects.
Walk-through fountains for squares and cities
We build this type of fountain in squares or open spaces, as they decorate the space without conditioning mobility. That's why you'll often see them in main squares or more open areas of some parks.
As this is a place children enjoy due to the various possibilities for play, we do not advise their installation in places close to traffic or sudden drops.
The price of the walk-through fountains mainly depends on the number of jets installed and the level of independence of each one.
Installation and maintenance of walk-through fountains
Most of the systems that make up the fountain are located beneath the pavement where this is located, for which reason installation requires prior construction work to assemble the various elements.
The rest of the systems are located in a machine room accessible for the maintenance and control of the fountain.
Our fountains consume a moderate amount of water and don’t require much maintenance due to their simplicity.
What have we done already?
Our walk-through fountain projects
Santiago de Chile
Our most emblematic walk-through fountain project can be found in the Quinta Normal Park in Santiago de Chile.
The Can Gelat park in the city of Santa Susana is the home of our most extensive walk-through fountain, consisting of 77 jets that function independently.
At the Fira de Barcelona we created a walk-through fountain with parabolic jets.