Crown Fountain Crown Fountain, right next to Yunmen (Beans), is a very interesting fountain. Sometimes water gushes out of the face of the screen. Transformed faces are not known as stars, but ordinary people of different ages and ethnic groups. And music to listen to. This fountain has a sense of both technology and art.
Chicago Millennium Park is the best urban public space design I've ever seen. Apart from the functions of city gardens, they are open, beautiful, dynamic and interactive, embodying people-oriented care everywhere, meeting the needs of different groups, whether old people, young people or children, can find suitable areas for their activities. On the side of the park near Michigan Avenue, there is a unique modern fountain, Crown fountain, designed by Spanish designer Piranza. Water is constantly pouring down from two 15-meter-high cubic towers to form water curtain waterfalls. In the middle of the two cubic towers are shallow pools of water and feet. The surface of the cube tower is made up of LED square screen, which shows colorful faces. This is a color photograph of 1,000 Chicago citizens of different ethnicities, sexes and ages. It is alternately played with music and replaced with one for 10 minutes. The theme is that the Chicago people welcome friends from all over the world. This is the children's playground, they enjoy playing, playing and chasing. Interestingly, these faces not only laugh, but also close their eyes and pout their mouths, and their expressions are very much. After a while, a water column suddenly sprayed out from his mouth, and the children playing around rushed to stand under the water column. This is the perfect combination of modern art and modern science and technology.
Crown fountain is a cultural and artistic landscape in Chicago, located in Millennium Park. The fountain itself is well designed and integrated with other landscapes in the park. Most importantly, there are two huge display screens on both sides of the fountain to show the smiling faces of Chicago citizens, which well shows that Chicago is an open, harmonious and inclusive city. I went to Chicago at the end of January in the coldest climate. It was snowy and icy. The fountain was not open and the display screen was not image. So I had to take a picture to show that I had been there.
This is the coolest place I've ever seen. In fact, there are two fountains. Someone told me that the changing face is a local Chicago resident. It's a great experience to watch at night or during the day. It's totally different. Children like it very much and they must come here to visit it when they are in Chicago. Recommended!
This multimedia fountain and waterplay sculpture is simply amazing. Fifty-foot high monolithic projected faces of real people spurt playful fountains of water where kids and adults frolic in the shower. The faces are videos that show the people smiling, blinking and puckering up to spurt. This interactive fountain was designed by Jaume Piensa. The water feature is turned off for the winter. Whether you like it, think it's art, or not, it's a trip.
Taking a stroll through Millennium Park is a must when in Chicago. It's an awesome park with very cool pieces of public art including Crown Fountain, which features two towers facing each other that display scenery along with the faces of locals, with a reflecting pool between them. It's interactive and playful. The faces displayed occasionally come to life and spit water out at you. On a hot day, you'll see plenty of families playing in the fountain.
Crown Fountain is next to Yunmen, a very interesting fountain. Sometimes water gushes out of the face of the screen. The children have a good time here. Transformed faces are not known as stars, but ordinary people of different ages and ethnic groups. And music to listen to. This fountain has both a sense of technology and art, and is worth visiting.