Dan Euser Waterarchitecture

From FranaWiki
Revision as of 21:02, 19 February 2008 by Phil (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)

Dan Euser Waterarchitecture (DEW) designs and creates mechanical devices for use in water features. DEW created the fountain at the Clinton Presidential Library. Dan Euser resides in Richmond Hill near Toronto, Canada. Euser received his degree in landscape architecture in 1978.

Euser has created water features for the Milwaukee Art Museum, Teardrop Park in New York City, and the Dallas Sculpture Garden. He is currently working on the design of a water feature for the World Trade Center Memorial.


  • Alissa North and Pete North, "Featuring Water: A Master in the Art of Moving Water, Dan Euser Builds Mock-Ups of Water Installations for International Projects in the Backyard of His Home in Richmond Hill," Canadian Architect (February 2006).

External links