Each surface part of our product, whose water tank section is decorated with detailed embroidery, has been processed using traditional art. In addition, each surface is divided into 3 sections and the separated sections are covered with frequently encountered decorations. Since there are 3 fountains on one surface, the number of people who can use the fountain at the same time is 18.
There is a stool made of marble in front of each fountain. The size of the stools, the distance between the fountains, and similar factors are ergonomically appropriate and specially designed to create a comfortable space. The fountain, which has a hexagonal plan, is supported by a column from each corner. These columns also carry the upper part that protects people from certain factors such as sun and rain. All 6 columns have the same design and are inspired by ancient layouts and bear a historical trace. The body part of the columns is similar to fluted structures and the head part is thicker and more ornamented than the body part.
The semi-circles on top of the columns and the dome on the top are carried. The portico section, on the other hand, covers beyond the columns, preventing the users from being adversely affected by natural elements. Colorful tile decorations under the portico and inside the dome are preferred both to achieve an aesthetic appearance and to add a different touch to the fountain. Geometric patterns, which we encounter in most mosques, were used to decorate the supports used to carry the portico. These patterns can be recreated according to the different patterns in the mosque. Small details are very important, especially in order to achieve integrity in the design.
There is a realm at the top of the dome. This fountain model, which appears as an eye-catching structure with all its materials and decorations, is frequently preferred because it is both useful and attractive in terms of appearance. The size, shape, and decorations of the fountain may vary according to the wishes of the person and the characteristics of the place to be built. The architectural features of the mosque also greatly affect which fountain will be preferred.
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