Large sheets of water have been planned to fall turning like a fan so as to accompany the slope. The force that these sheets have in the landscaping whole lies in their capacity to offer a spectacle during the day, with their interplay of light and shadow, and also throughout the year, accompanying the seasons. They will reflect not only the rotundity of the building but also the clouds in their immensity of shape and volume, the moons and the vegetation too. They will act as a ‘musical instrument’ in which the murmur or sound of them falling one on another alternates with the pitter patter of rain, when it decides to appear. Also, and no less important, they will act to collect and channel rain water from the flat roofs of the building which will be conducted, guided and evacuated when excessive, thereby solving part of the runoff problem in the vineyard plot.