This architectural gem is in the foyer of the building which has the Carina Salmon Stream in its courtyard. They really like flowing water at this building. The very large water wall is made of smooth, jet black, stepped tiles which the water sheets over creating a rippling effect which catches the light to sparkle and shine. I didn't get to go inside so I couldn't tell what it sounded like but I expect it would be a murmur if there was any sound at all, given the apparently low flow of water. This is a very well done piece of water art, and combined with the salmon stream outside, must be greatly appreciated by the buildings' tenants, and if not, they are boors or have forgotten the first time they saw these water wonders.