We are JML. We design water features.
We create singular experiences with water. Our work forms part of emblematic architectural and landscaping projects across the globe. For over 35 years, we have transformed urban spaces with the sensorial and aesthetic impact of water.
At JML we have decided to roll up our sleeves.
Climate change will largely impact the construction sector and our activity in particular.
We will share some of our thoughts over the coming months about this critical topic !
JML is involved in the development of a dramatic waterfall within the new Terminal of Kuwait International Airport designed by Foster + Partners and constructed by Limak.
JML are glad to announce that the team led by Gustafson Porter + Bowman, of which we are a member, has won the competition to redesign the Eiffel Tower Site.
This project is a part of the city’s showcase for the 2024 Paris Summer Olympic Games. The first phase of redevelopment is aimed to be completed by 2023.
The ‘Parc Du Champ-De-Mars’ was inaugurated this past April. It’s a new destination that connects the most touristic points of the town, for which JML has designed with SEURA Architects a mirror water feature with jets to enhance this familiar environment.
JML with a team of local and international architecture and landscape firms, is leading the design of several unique water features in the heart of Bangkok.
Stephane Llorca was invited to share his experience and ideas in Hydrolink magazine, the journal for the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research.
Read his article on The Engineering of Water Features here.
JML are pleased to have supported Foster + Partners on delivering Apple´s new flagship store in Milan, which opened last month. The store is entered by descending through the dramatic new fountain, which enlivens the public piazza.
Find more photos here.
Performance sur le miroir d'eau de Bordeaux Samedi dernier: des dizaines de milliers de bateaux en papier de toutes les couleurs (12 446 exactement) ont pris le large ! Un grand bravo à Alice Viale, Artiste papier.