The installation, designed to be experienced from all sides, was conceived as a 100 m long and 4 m wide axis spanning the pedestrian zone of the European Patent Office in Munich. At midday, the light passes through a vertical slit in the 4.6 x 4.0 x 0.4 m high “sun gate” to fall onto a 40 m long and 15 cm wide stripe of black granite marking the meridian line that runs through the opening in the gate. Water flows from a rising wedge, slit down the middle, into a basin, the “moon palace,” where 28 discs represent the various phases of the moon.
Jerry has been exclusively involved for over 22 years in design, manufacturing and construction throughout the world devoted to the water feature industry. Jerry joined Kusser in 2010 to provide special initiatives, designing and creating themes of aspiring wonder from the natural element of stone and water. He has a passion to create an awe and aspiring world class water display for any application and involved in all phases of the industry. Contact Jerry today to discuss your water feature desires.