All works, designs and
configurations are the intellectual property of
ferNando stone creations®
The clear-cut style of the fountains calls for a corresponding
commitment to the highest quality standards:
chrome water basin resists corrosion
water pump guarantees minimum sound emission and low power consumption
water-conducting components are produced from high-quality
materials used and the construction of the water basin and other components
are designed to minimise maintenance
aeration and high-quality materials ensure consistently superior water
quality over a long period of time
of type 70 fountain
chrome water basin, approximately 70 cm x 70 cm x 20 cm, holds around 75
powder-coated chrome base plate for all models
quartzite blocks, sand-blasted on two sides
coatings are available in different colours according to samples
dimmable, energy-saving LED lamps and a timer
are protected by residual current device (RCD)
frame with large support plate
are also available in different colours
fountains can essentially be delivered in sizes ranging from
50 cm x 50 cm (type 50) up to 140 x 140 cm (type 140), with proportions
designs may be commissioned
Youthfully exuberant, carefree and just a little loud, playful
and ever changing – this water feature expresses pure joy of
living. The infusion of air into the water add particular
buoyancy to this joyful dance. The glass frame sets limits to
The observer is at the same time the agent at the centre of the
action. As the observer, you can take a visual plunge in the
water-filled plate with the arena composition. As the agent, you
determine the height of the waterfalls – and thus the sound
pattern – by adjusting glass sheets inside the cubic blocks.
Colours add to the magic. This water feature irresistibly draws
your attention, engaging your mind, heart and actions.
Individuality and playfulness.
Forces and a struggle for power; action and change. The piston
rings are an indicator of the steady guidance by the piston
cylinder, symbolising exertion, investment of know-how and
strength, and fierce competitiveness. Innovation inexorably
entails hard work, vision and persuasiveness. The economic
engine requires different resources; these differences are
reflected in the varying heights of the cubic blocks. The flow
of water guarantees continuity. Enchanting, challenging,
The pyramid symbolises development, with the glass sheets
representing the different phases of life. At the same time, the
tapering shape depicts a mountain. Reaching extreme heights
requires particular strength. The gentle, subtle sounds are
determined by the size of the glass sheet: the smaller and
higher up a sheet, the lighter and more restrained the sound.
The rays of light permeating the sheets result in the final
composition, the whole – the pyramid. The dripping and flowing
water keeps languor at bay.
Sense and sensuality.
The energy silently flows from various sources. The intrinsic
strength and power are of a magical calm. Differences are
visible, but the overall balance and steady flow are
predominant. The low glass case emphasises the crucial
significance of this flow of energy.
Eternity and balance.
Pure relaxation – calming your mind and soothing your soul. The
gently undulating sound of the water evokes an unencumbered
atmosphere. The different heights of the stone cubes suggest a
change in perception. With knowledge being accumulated, the
steps become smaller and the sound more uniform.
Expansion of space.
The Matterhorn – a Swiss landmark conveying magical mysticism.
The mountain in the foreground represents modern times, the
present. The new is supported by the ancient; consensus reigns,
ensuring a common future. Light falls on the permanent.
The Swiss cross is the symbol of the country's four cultures and
language regions, which are held together by federalism. The
love of our country and the love of the diversity within are
both fascinating and uniting. Differences between the various
regions have been alluded to. The steel element linking the four
cultures symbolises the strength of a union that has grown
stronger over time. The centre light between the four regions
stands for the federal constitution, the enduring basis of a
political edifice. It is a light of tolerance, respect, justice
and mutual recognition. The four glass elements are arranged in
such a way that the light permeates all around, symbolising
Switzerland's openness towards the world.