Water Features

Water should be a feature of every garden. In a Japanese garden it entices the feeling of serenity and symbolizes purity. In a modern garden setting, a water feature can add drama and a focal point to the garden and there is always the soothing effect of the sound of running water.

We have built a wide range of features and there are some considerations that need to be taken into account. Children are fascinated by water features and love to play with the water so safety can be an issue here. A thunderous water fall will probably annoy your neighbours if they are just the other side of the fence. But that doesn't mean you can't have a really spectacular feature.

Hotel Lobbies and Corporate Headquarters - Bespoke design

Water features can also be designed for indoor use. Hotel water features add to the ambience of the lobby or restaurant areas. And your company logo or branding can be included in the design.


I love designing modern water features and I have a great team of local fabricators who construct them. Precision is essential especially in designs that incorporate sheets of water.

Water features can be shipped across the country and we will deliver them and install them in Auckland.

Building a Water Feature

Water has a habit of finding small cracks and leaking so it is important that a water feature is built and engineered properly. On many water features there is more to it than meets the eye. Behind the scenes there will need to be pumps and also sumps so there is adequate water in the system for when it is switched on. Make sure you use an experienced contractor when building these.

And if you are thinking on a grand scale - there may be a need to obtain resource consent - but we can advise you on this.

Water Feature Gallery

This gallery shows some of the water features I have designed, built and installed. Each piece is made to suit the local site, whether it be an intimate courtyard, a rural garden or waterfront property.

For further information please contact me on 021 728 201

Please click on the photographs to see an enlargement.

 The steps to the back door
The steps to the back door