The Portland Hospital for Women & Children – Large Bespoke Glass Water Feature
Large Bespoke Commercial Glass Water Wall
The Glass Water Wall was designed and installed by Tills Innovations and stands outside the Portland Hospital for Women & Children in London. This particular water feature can be seen by the public as its stands on the side of the road in Great Portland Street London. If you wish to see some of our work this is a good place to start.
The water feature was created using brushed stainless steel framing and a large glass panel with the brand enforcement of this prestigious hospital. The walls logo was carried out by Tills Innovations as part of the installation. The steel framing utilizes our proven baffle injection technology to create the rolling wave of water. Lights sit at the base of the water wall and wash up the surface.
The water feature was installed as part of the hospital entrance make over which incorporates our water conditioning system. The water is treated with bromine, has an automatic water top up system and filtration. Originally installed in 2010 we have continued to carry out a maintenance contract ensuring it provides the great back drop for photographs as it did when first turned on.
Waters Large Bespoke Stainless Steel Water Wall with 3d Lettering
Commercial stainless steel water wall
This large stainless steel water wall was designed, manufactured and installed by water feature specialist Tills Innovations. The corporate headquarters had in total four bespoke features which were all created and installed by Tills.
This particular design which was 4m tall x 6m wide had 3d lettering stood off the front surface. The way in which it was fitted meant that the words looked like they were levitating over the water movement.
The plant system was designed to be remote from the water feature (15m away) and has our tailored water conditioning system. The fountain pump system is run on an programable inverter which gives the precise water flow required, energy efficiency and works in harmony with our water injection system.
Our design has evolved over many years to create a rolling wave of water down the water wall. This effect is significantly different to simply pouring water over a surface. This water feature is totally mesmerising and a welcoming feature to the entrance of the company.
Bespoke Vertical S Stainless Steel Water Wall
Bespoke Vertical S Waterwall
This bespoke stainless steel water feature brings sculpture and water together. The bespoke piece commissioned for the University of Exeter has water flowing down both the front and back of the water feature.
Due to the shape of the sculpture, the water flows back on its self at certain points giving interest as it appears to defy gravity.
This is one of two sculptures that Tills Innovations have commissioned for the University which has a large collection of sculpture within the grounds.
Rolling Wave Water Wall
Shimmering Stainless Steel Water Wall
The wave of water gently slips over its self down the water wall. Stainless steel has a great benefit of reflecting light well. Its this reflecting of light through the water that pics out the rolling wave of water.
Using the material to give surface tension and also provide the friction to create the rolling wave.To give the water wall definition and more presence in the garden a brick and rendered wall frame was built, perfect for a contemporary design.
Using our water conditioning system we are able to filter and dose the water with chemicals to keep the water feature looking as new as it did when first installed. In addition it has automatic water top up and a TDS reduction system. With these systems fitted and with our maintenance contracts the client hardly has to do any maintenance on the water feature.
Copper Garden Water Wall
Bespoke Garden Water Wall
Working with a garden designer in London Tills Innovations manufactured this bespoke copper water wall. The feature was design to be supplied so the landscapers could install it themselves in the garden. As the water wall was made in copper it will age over time and also copper works as an algaecide.
The wall of water sits against the boundary wall and the water flows down the wall into the pool at the base. The pump system sits at the base of the wall of water along with the associated pipe work.
Exeter University Large Bespoke Stainless Steel Water Wall
Simple Design Commercial Stainless Steel Water Wall
Water feature specialists Tills Innovations have been commissioned to design and build a bespoke water wall for the University of Exeter as part of a building renovation. The grade II listed building required detail consideration when developing this simple elegant water wall. The limestone wall that the feature sits up against is also listed and the foundations encroached the reservoir. A bespoke reservoir was designed so that the wall and its foundations were not compromised.
The feature was installed and commissioned by Tills Innovations before being handed over to the client. A specifically written operation and maintenance manual for the water feature is provided on every water feature and fountain and in this case was operated with one of our manual chemical dosing systems.
Free Standing Dual Sided Stainless Steel Water Wall with Fountains
Custom made commercial water wall with fountains
A prestigious housing development in London required a custom made stainless steel water wall for their show home entrance. Working with a landscaper / designer, water feature specialists Tills Innovations created the commercial water feature. Due to the quick turn around required the water feature and fountains were engineered and built off site and then installed on site in a very tight time frame.
The custom made piece has water running down the front and back of the stainless steel wall for dual aspect. To gain additional focal interest and branding of the development the water wall has a sleek black logo and 3D stainless steel shield. For increased drama and impact the water wall has two commercial style aerated fountains. The pump system for the water feature has level switches for low level protection.
Large Bespoke Commercial Stainless Steel Water Walls – Caledonian University
Large commercial stainless steel water wall
These large water walls were created as a custom design for the Caledonian University in Glasgow. The original design intent given to Tills Innovations was for the water walls to be one even larger water wall. This concept can be over powering in some situations and having two albeit still large walls can give more interest to the overall focal point.
Each of these two stainless steel water walls are custom made to 3.8m wide x 2m high and have an led lighting system operated by a DMX controller. The lighting system washes up the wall and picks out the rolling wave of water down the water wall. The two large water walls sit in one common bespoke reservoir that has filtration, water top up and a manual chemical dosing, although automated chemical dosing is normally taken for our commercial applications.
Stainless steel water walls have been used for a number of years and for good reason. They provide a fantastic way of taking water and producing stunning effects. With a large size they make a bold statement inside or outside for corporate companies, business entrances to prestigious housing and apartment developments.
Textured Stone Water Wall
Slate Stone Water Wall
Riven slate used in a brick formation to create a natural energetic water wall. Using the brick formation with detailed workmanship on site gives this water feature energy with white water but control. That said white water means its becoming uncontrollable so the reservoir at the base needs to be carefully considered to capture the water.
Using our baffle injection system at the top of the wall we are able to introduce the water correctly onto the face of the wall. The sides and top of the water wall is framed in stainless steel with a black coating to give definition.
Natural Stone Textured Water Wall
Textured stone water wall seat
A stone water wall with a difference. The client on this project came to us with the wish of a seat that could turn into a water feature. Not a request we have had before but is the type of project we specialise in.
The design needed to be such that it appeared to be an interesting retaining wall that acted as a bench but could also turn into a water feature. To create this we manufactured bespoke stainless steel systems that were housed within the stone at the top of the wall and catchment tanks that sat at the base. A balancing tank with filtration was fitted to polish the water.
The stone system used was a brick effect which made an interesting sound as the water trickled down the surface. With any textured stone you will have splash so the paved area in front of the water wall had a fall back towards the base catchment tank. The stone coping was made in slate to set off the brick style wall.