Well, it was bound to happen, somewhat akin to the first time someone dipped a chocolate bar in a jar of peanut butter and said, "hmmm". Cameron dipped one of our Galaxy Fountains into one of our abstract matrixes and for a long minute it got very quiet in our studio (a rare thing, I might add). Then we were off and running, with no idea where we were going or what it was going to look like. When it was done, we all agreed it looked extremely cool and rather urban. Then the process of naming. Lincoln Center? Chicago? We settled on Central Park West, for perhaps subliminal reasons. The water flows down the large Lexan panel and the framework and squares really make you think of the city.
Includes LED lighting and our book, A Passion for Metal