Mark Fuller’s LA-based company, WET Design, created the famous Bellagio aquatic showcase, and now he’s getting ink from The New Yorker (abstract only, subscription required for full story). That’s because WET is behind the re-do of Lincoln Center‘s signature “water feature” (translation: fountain).
But one of Fuller’s earliest efforts at H20 architecture? The wonderful ‘water retreat’ underneath I. M. Pei’s Fountain Place tower, which opened in 1986. Really interesting story, where art and technology and urban design all meet — Fuller pretty much re-invented contemporary fountain design.