Walnut Creek, California waterscape architect, Cash French, recently announced plans for a new book, “Evolutionary Waterscapes.”
“I am in awe of the book ‘Evolutionary Architecture,’” commented French, “so I asked the author [Eugene Tsui] if I could borrow the concept.” The purpose of “Evolutionary Waterscapes” is to collect ideas for water features no one has ever built before.
“I want to see, and promote, the most fantastic ideas designers — professional or student — can come up with,” French explained. “I want to reward that creativity financially and by publishing their ideas in this book — a book that will be an everlasting advertisement for them and their talent.”
French’s Waterscapes is now accepting inquiries and submissions, with plans to publish the top 30 and cash prizes going to the top five.
For more information or to submit a design, contact Cash French, French’s Waterscapes, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You can contact Cash French directly at email@example.com or you can call him at 415-994-4555.