Another work from the Chinese design master Pei I.M. Pei and his partner firm's team is next to the enclosed architectural sub-square of the Allid Bank Tower. The shape of the cypress trees matches the unique oblique outline of the tower. The processing of the grooves of the building itself also provides great objective conditions for the landscape intervention of the park. The overflowing water here presents the unique effect of floating silk, and the closely arranged fountains change different shapes according to computer instructions, and the details are Public space gives more charm
Dallas is a sprawling urban metropolis, so it's nice to find little respites from all of the heat and concrete. This is a great spot for lunch if you're downtown. Fountain Place is a notable prism shaped building with a cool water garden with over 350 fountains and pools. There are lots of trees providing shade and when we walked past, there were food trucks pulled up! How convenient ;)
This is a little walking and sitting area amongst a couple of corporate office buildings. This is a wonderful resting place for those employees and anyone who is looking for a break. The fountains are beautiful.