Always Be Innovating
Daesung D3 City — Fluidity devised a jigsaw-edged weir that divides planes of water into streamlets so the project's interior water falls can successfully fall 3 -16 meters in length without losing their visual and structural integrity.
Myriad Gardens —Fluidity refines its concept of a horizontal fountain. A concealed vacuum chamber generates tsunami-like waves creating pronounced, kinetic energy.
Hearst — Through an extraordinary 18 month mock up effort, evolving from wooden panels to Tasmanian glass panels, Fluidity worked in close collaboration with Foster + Partners, Jamie Carpenter and Adamson + Associates to refine the profile of the glass water steps and ensure water didn't accelerate or splash on the diagonally positioned escalator.