In nature, waterfalls attract hikers from miles away. Archer-Wills puts the changing patterns of light, the movement and sound of falling water at our doorsteps.
His design-build techniques exhibit his unparalleled skill at creating variation in water patterns and sound (by managing the speed and angle of the approaching water) ensuring the finished work appeals to all of the senses, and allowing for a vast gamut of different moods and effects.
Rocks appropriate to the landscape such as limestone, schist or granite are specially sourced and selected. Variation in rock size and types is key to any design, especially in reproducing a natural look. Texture, color and shape are among the factors considered. Once the materials are selected, placement is a matter of a skilled eye and seasoned hand, affecting both the pond or waterfall’s function and beauty.