Spectacular is the more appropriate term to describe the Constitution Garden in Kuwait City; a public park inaugurated by His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, in 2012, on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Constitution.
This area hosts the main monument “The Constitution,” consisting of two large brass and titanium ajar doors, which reveal the path to democracy of the state of Kuwait. On the side of the door facing towards the area of the park called “The New Age,” there are 183 extruded blocks representing the same number of articles in the constitution.
An extra to this symbol: gardens and water interactive features, that use solutions designed and built by Watercube. The nozzles are controlled by the sequential Choreoswitch Device to spout low jets of foamy water on reflective water surfaces (reflecting Pools) and walls of water (Waterwall).
In addition to the spectacular nature of the setting, taking advantage of the water spray (Fog Effect) inserted inside the garden, you are guaranteed a greater thermal comfort to allow the rest in the shade of the park during the warmer periods.
Particular care has been taken in the matching of the architectural details with the various effects of the circular flowerbeds with a central hole that houses palm trees reminiscent of the oasis, and the granite finish of the crypt below the monumental golden “pages” where a thin layer of water slides down.
In the evening all the attention is captured by a show of lights and spurts of dancing water.