Legacy at Fallbrook is a five-story building with 208,000 square feet of office space located on a 20-acre site in Houston, TX. It’s Liberty Property Trust’s first office project in Houston. Delta Fountains worked with SWA to design two water features for the property, an entry water feature and a courtyard garden water feature.
The courtyard water garden feature was created to provide a serene outdoor sitting area for Legacy at Fallbrook tenants and their visitors. The feature consists of a sunk-in linear pool with granite pavers that divide the pool into three smaller sections. The two outer sections have geyser spray features and submersible fountain lights. The inner pool houses several submersible linear LED fountain lights and Delta’s custom faux-floating Stainless Steel Planters. The planters allow for live plants to survive within the linear pool, as the plants and soil do not come in contact with the chemicals inside the water feature.
The entryway roundabout fountain is a combination of three water effects. Half the roundabout is a cascading water feature. Water is released along the one edge of a textured surface to flow down a slight decline. The water flows off the textured slab to create a waterfall effect which disappears into a grated void. Just beyond the void, a thick layer of stone conceals 15 Pop-Jet Sumps with lights and six Foam Jets. The pop jets within this section of the roundabout are programmed to run during the day and at night. The Foam Jets sit along the outer edge and operate separately from the pop jets.