Wall Fountain at Historical Farmhouse

Historical buildings often have a beauty which is incomparable, therefore it can be a challenge to place a fountain fitting of its beauty.

 

It’s a fact that ancient building materials are difficult to find. New concrete, iron or foreign natural stone in such buildings are always a ‘thorn in the connoisseurs flesh’, meaning that they do not show respect to the history.

The character of the house is not impacted by the fountain, rather they coincide in harmony. The simplistic beauty of the fountain compliments the standing history of this farmhouse.