KUSSER Granitwerke is a leading natural stone and fountain company and a stone and water feature consultant based in Germany and the US. It was founded almost a century ago and employs some 120 people. Next to strong, slender pre-stressed granite bridges, KUSSER Granitwerke specializes in bespoke solid granite module constructions for both interior and exterior water features.
The Kusser Fountain SYSTEM is a time-tested turnkey solution for water features. It is ideal for implementing the designs of architects, landscape architects or artists, assuring a high quality product, while reducing future maintenance or operational costs of the fountain. By dividing fountains and water walls into large solid granite modules and connecting them again on site via stainless steel clamp brackets and high-tech seals, Kusser Fountain SYSTEM remain watertight far longer and can be installed much faster than traditionally designed water features. Using just very low water pressure KUSSER Granitwerke is capable of making any granite object (ring, disc, wheel or sculpture), even if it weighs tons, to float weightlessly on a thin film of water. By creating focal points these custom-designed Floating spheres and objects bring together people easily. They are individually produced according to the architect’s or designer’s ideas.
- Prestressed granite bridge Town Centre Gardens in Stevenage by HTA Landscape Design, London
- Conic water wall, 10 m tall, with stainless steel insertion in Bad Wiessee Casino, Germany
- Prestressed granite and glass water wall 24 m and 32 m wall Baton Rouge Airport, USA
- Floating Sphere (Ø 2 m) in Solid granite FIFA World Cup 2006 München, Germany
- Rotating disc with company logo SAP headquarters, Germany
- World’s largest Floating granite sphere. This sphere is almost 3 m in diameter and was installed as one part of an in-scale sun-moon constellation in front of the Science Museum of Virginia, USA
- Floating Discs with sails in the wind. 2.40 m tall white granite shells mounted on top of 3 solid granite discs turning independently in a private villa in Abu Dhabi, UAE.