In the city centre of Béziers, a new mixed-use centre is a major urban focus for the city. JML designed 5 fountains in the open air spaces .
Architects : Mirallles David
The water feature consists of successive terraces rising from the basin upto the tree lined avenue’s entrance. Waterfalls and fountains animate the basin pool and a 100 meters of canal runs through the new neighborhood. Landscape design: Mr Trottier, Mr de Taxis, Pena & Pena
An axis of water defines the spatial composition of the park. A central water square dedicated to kids is framed by basins planted with water lilies and a dynamic cascade with surging waves.
Architects: Maurer & Orsi
Landscape Architects: Jaqueline Osty
Fountains add a touch of freshness and well-being to the Mall. The presence of water is relaxing.
Architects : BDP Architects
Water ripples and roars as a giant wave. The cascade follows the natural steep bank, framed by a pink granite line.
Landscape Architects: Alain Provost
The park is an ode to the nearby Seine River. Sources, fountains and basins fill each space of the 34 acres.
Powerful geysers, waterfalls and reflections enliven the moats around the building. Water as a key element in an architecture project.
Architect : Adrien Fainsilber
An amazing composition imagined as a negative sculpture. A beautiful representation of natural landscapes.
Sculptor: Gerard Singer
Water slips between granite steps as a large water wall. It metamorphosises into tranquil pools and ponds filled with water lilies.
Architects : Bernard Huet, M. Ferrand, J.P. Feugas, B. Leroy
Landscape Architects : Yan Le Caisne, Philippe Raguin