Oriental stone lanterns have graced temples, gardens, and homes for ages. Here I use that precept to explore a combination lantern and water fountain that is intended as an ornamental addition to a garden. Within the concrete lantern is a light source that glitters through a surrounding curtain of vertically cascading water that ends up in a surrounding pool.

Architect's Rendering


Architect's Rendering


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Ames Guyton has a Master's Degree from Columbia University and has over thirty years experience as an architect, having worked for some of America's most distinguished firms, including Marcel Breuer, one of the founders of modern architecture. He has toured Europe many times and has spent six months in the Orient. He has photographed many of Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings.

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