The Placer Fountain takes its name from the ancient method of using water to excavate, concentrate, and recover minerals like gold from alluvial or placer deposits.
The top reservoir fills with water, producing glints of light before following the extruded channel and dropping into the porthole.
The volume and sound of the Placer Fountain can be modulated depending on how much water is added to the basin.
5D x 11W x 7H
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➀ Noguchi’s Heaven (Tengoku), Sogetsu Flower Arranging School
➁ Shallow thermal vents in Playa Las Palmas, Todos Santos
➂ Prospectors working California gold placer deposits in 1850
➃ Carlo Scarpa’s Brion Tomb
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