The ART of water
Water Feature Designers
Liquid Design has completed appealing water features throughout South Africa as well as in other parts of Africa, including Ghana, Nigeria, Central African Republic, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland, Namibia, Kenya and Tanzania.
Water features are crafted into various indoor and outdoor settings, including but not limited to homes; gardens; showrooms; beauty and hair salons; wellness clinics; reception areas; hotel entrances; airport décor; corporate and board room branding and as room dividers.
They are also used at temporary events such as exhibitions and weddings.
Liquid Design has extensive experience in delivering a wide range of water features incorporating waterfalls; glass balls; water bells; foam nozzles; letterbox spouts and jets of various kinds. To this list one can add bubbles tubes; string water curtains; artwork walls; stepped water features and more. A wide variety of garden features and koi ponds are also offered. Sandblasting and painting are used to include messages and designs on the water features (mainly water walls).
Contact us to discuss which suits you best!
Water walls feature prominently in our gallery and involve running water over a panel such as glass; mirror; stainless steel or tiles. Water walls are very versatile, easily assembled and most are readily transportable. They are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The frames, tanks and top covers are usually made from stainless steel, which can be powder coated to a different colour.
Indicative Pricing (all VAT inclusive)
Water walls: A standard water wall compromising tank; frame; top cover and installation in the Johannesburg/Pretoria area
with a one year guarantee would start at around R37,000.
Glass balls on stainless steel dishes: A medium sized ball on a dish with light and pump, would sell for around R20,000 excluding the basin.
Wing fountains: Two wing fountains with lights and pump would cost R21,000 excluding the basin.
String water curtain: A 1m wide x 2.5m high unit including a tank would cost R47 000.
Other features: Prices will depend on the design and size of the unit.