En la remodelación de las oficinas centrales de Coca-Cola en Madrid destaca la impresionante Cortina de Agua Digital de 8 m de altura situada en el vestíbulo central, sorprendiendo a los visitantes desplegando un atractivo y colorido tapiz de patrones de agua, textos y el logo corporativo de la marca.
Hydropolis, un museo ultra-moderno dedicado al conocimiento del agua, acaba de abrir sus puertas!
La Cortina de Agua Digital de 47 m de longitud es parte integral de la fachada exterior, completando el diseño arquitectónico de vanguardia con el vivificante voladizo de agua que se derrama en forma de cascadas inteligentes.
La plaza se reordena haciéndose reconocible como un espacio unitario en consonancia tanto con el frente Oeste monumental como con el Este, donde se ubican edificios institucionales.
Como uno de los elementos de mayor atractivo de este espacio se ha integrado una fuente transitable, enfrentada al Ayuntamiento, lugar idóneo según el estudio climático realizado y cuyas funcionalidades se hace referencia más adelante.
The Literacy Garden at Mississippi Children’s Museum is a one-of-a-kind experience for children to cultivate early childhood literacy skills in an exciting, imaginative outdoor environment. The garden has been a statewide collaborative effort between renowned education and design partners to provide unparalleled experiences to all of Mississippi’s children. In the garden children will unlock wonders and adventures untold. Following the Topsy Turvy Pathway, children will make their way through the garden discovering a whimsical world of tall tales, magical experiences and larger-than-life fantasies.
The 3D Digital Water Curtain represents the beginning of a new generation of digital water technology, showcased in a unique art piece that displays amazing three-dimensional water volumes, patterns and surprising evolutions.
Upon entering the museum room where it is exhibited, the audience is amazed to see the striking volumetric shapes the water Matrix curtain performs, while they walk around the art piece, in a theatrical atmosphere.
In April 2010 a new four-story terminal building was opened with a capacity of 800 passengers per hour. In addition, a new control tower height with a height of 61 metres was put into operation. It was equipped with special equipment, as well as housing for receiving VIP-persons, meetings and conferences. An elegant Digital Water Curtain design was placed at the main lounge, to inform, refresh and surprise the passengers and visitors.
Deokjin Park (덕진공원) Floating Musical Fountain (JeonjuSi(JeonJu city))
Deokjin Park is a representative city park of Jeonju, and was built in the background of ponds made during the Koryo dynasty.(First designated as a park in May 1938). Within the precinct of 4,5000 pyeong, the pond takes about 2/3 of the area in the southern park, and a suspension bridge crosses over the boat sites in the northern part from the east to the west.
The large floating multimedia musical fountain is one of the favorites attractions for visitors, becoming an iconic landmark for tourism in the city. Lumiartecnia Internacional developed all fountain engineering for this great floating aquatic ballet in collaboration with Hana Eng.
The old railway station building and its surroundings were remodeled to create a modern and attractive theme park dedicated to the railroad. Inside the complex there is the country’s largest railroad museum. To beautify the park and gardens a set of architectural fountains were installed as well as a large Aquatic Ballet that is a major attraction for visitors who can enjoy a spectacular show of water, light and sound.
The Aquatic Ballet for Plaza de las Tres Centurias was the first of many waterscaping projects developed by Lumiartecnia Internacional in Mexico.
The DWP was the first building of Milla Digital, inaugurated during the Expo Zaragoza 2008. This is the first building ever built whose external facades are fully integrated by digital water curtains. These curtains are digitally controlled and have integrated sensors, to achieve dynamic openings.
The four towers represent the most modern and futuristic Madrid. Construction began in 2004 and was inaugurated in late 2008 and early 2009. The official name of the complex is Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA).
The towers are located where the old Real Madrid Sports City was. Currently the area has open spaces, gardens and two twin sets of dry deck Digital water fountains and architectural fountains, illuminated at night with RGB LED lights, engineered by Lumiartecnia Internacional.