Cavallino-Treporti, August 3rd 2020
Sustainable luxury: the five fountains of the new Annex Beach, on the famous Croisette in Cannes, are made in Italy.
Forme d’Acqua Venice Fountains has created five dynamic fountains, symbol of the italian tailor-made crafts, for the Annex Beach restaurant in Cannes, opened last Friday with an exclusive event, who was also present the famous French architect e interior designer Jacques Garcia, curator of the restaurant restyling.
Friday July 31st, Forme d’Acqua Venice Fountains was at the Boulevard de la Croisette in Cannes, whare took place the inauguration of Annex Beach, the restaurant recently opened after an important renovation project signed by the famous French architect and interior designer Jacques Garcia, who for the first time has directed an artistic project for a beach.
Forme d’Acqua, a brand by Ecosistem sas, is a company who started twenty years ago to produce fountains and water games in Italy and abroad: for the Annex Beach restyling Forme d’Acqua has taken care of the design and technical and technological execution of five dynamic fountains, sustainable and innovative.
Gianluca Orazio, CEO of Forme d’acqua, tells: “Attending this event is a source of great satisfaction: to see in people’s eyes the amazement generated by our fountains gave me the certainty that we went beyond the good, We got to the strings that Jacques Garcia wanted to touch. Having made our contribution to the project that bears his name makes us proud as”
Luxurious, sumptuous and attractive, these five indoor fountains, custom made for Jacques Garcia’s project, enrich the spaces with their water and light games and generate inimitable sensual experiences. Result of a tailor-made and sustainable design, supported by the most advanced technologies, the fountains join the made in Italy aesthetics and the quality with the German technology innovation, as the controller which allow to customize and the water games with lights and music, to create original choreographies, freely selectable.
The main attraction is the fountain set on the base of the reproduction on hand-painted glass of the emblem presents in the Pompei’s House of the Faun (Naples, Archaeological Museum – second century b.C.), a mosaic depicting the fight scene of an octopus clinging to a lobster. Ideated to be also a perfect backdrop for photoshootings or dj-sets, the imposing shot blasting frame gives it an unparalleled scenic effect.
The other four fountains are harmoniously arranged on the long side of the restaurant: on the base of four big mercury mirrors, made in Murano island, the water games has been scheduled to change shape and color to strengthen and amplify the suggestion made by this “aquatic” design.
Jacques Garcia is a global level reference point in matter of elegance and refinement. The Costes in Paris, the Métropole in Monte Carlo, the Victor in Miami, the Mamounia in Marrakech or the Ritz in Paris: the most important palaces has join their magnificent in his enveloping creativity. Garcia has ideated the Annex Beach interior furnishing taking inspiration to the Grottoes of Borromeo Palace in Isola Bella: when a visitor enters in this restaurant, he dives in a fantastic underwater world, where the games of colour made by the white and black waves of shot blasting coating, are amplified by the reflections of the mirrored ceiling and the sound of the water of the five fountains.
Susanna Dei Rossi
Press office and public relations Forme d’Acqua
Forme d’Acqua ® is a brand by Ecosistem s.a.s. di Orazio Gianluca
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It designs, builds and markets fountains, for indoor and outdoor.
He works with the best professionals to always create something new, combining water with the finest materials, using artisan manufacturing techniques together with the most modern mechanical and technological systems. Its goal is not to focus on the product but on the experience lived by the observer. This is why he plays with materials, sounds and lights in a synergistic way, so that the result is not a simple fountain, but a unique piece of furniture.