In this category of Concrete in motion we include different designs for water features. Some are more traditional than others, some came alive on the drawing board, however they all have one thing in common: each was hand made with special attention to detail. All were made in cooperation with the designer, and the contractor, with a great deal of care to the project as a whole.
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Water and Fire... Opposites beautifully attracting...
The Water and Fire was designed in cooperation with Pat Wanta from Regency Homes., the owners of the residence and Concrete Creations.
The Province Rustica fountain decorates one of the models homes in Seabridge at Oxnard, CA.
The fountain was designed with cooperation with The Design Consortium located in Oxnard, CA.
D-Jarrah fountain decorating Park Encino in Encino, CA
Designed by Dan Weedon from DW LA Landscape architect in Venice, California.
Park Row fountain in Ventura, California, utilize an Aladdin ribbed oil jar spilling into a Westridge bowl. The Fountain was designed by Andy Mays formerly with CPS landscape architecture, today with MMLA Design
Marriott Time Share “Sliced Pyramids Obelisk” at Newport Beach CA.
Design by HRP Design Group located in Santa Ana.
Concrete Creations built the obelisk and the bowl it sits in.
Coronado North “The Magnificent Five Fountain” at Newport Beach
designed by Dan Weedon from DW LA Landscape in Venice, CA.
Private residence in Orange county,
designed by Mark Gennaro the owner of Landshape, Inc located in Laguna Hills, CA
The water feature in the Vanuni Apt in Ventura, CA. was designed by
Jeremi Morrison formerly with CPS landscape architecture,
today with MMLA Design. Seacon Construction from Thousand Oaks did the construction work. This Bowl Fountain is not all that big 34" w x 10", but turned out pretty good for the small area it was designed for.
I really want to thank you and your husband (and the kids too...) for all the excellent work and time you put into the project. … Everyone loves the pots! …
Robert E. Snieckus, ASLA
National Landscape Architect
I think that your pots are the coolest thing around
Architerra Design Group
...Your ability to provide custom Designed commercial – grade planter pots without the need to incur mold or set- up cost allowed us to achieve a truly unique design…The detailed craftsmanship and customer care you provide are second to none. …