Australian Press Celebrates Crystal Lagoons’ Arrival28 March, 2016 / News
Crystal Lagoons the multinational innovation company that is disrupting the world’s markets in areas such as real estate, public spaces and industrial applications, made a splash in Australia on World Water Day with its entrance in the country.
Germán Rocca, Oceania Regional Director for Crystal Lagoons spoke with the Australian press on World Water Day to quench journalists’ thirst for information on the multinational’s expansion into Australia and all of Oceania after the recent opening earlier this year of a Regional Office in Sydney.
“Interest in our lagoons here has been really amazing for me. We’ve had even more inquiries than we could have dreamed of”, said Rocca to Australian news outlet Domain on World Water Day.
“In NSW, the government is keen to expand Sydney for many more people by 2020, so they need to be building housing ever further out. Having lagoons in those areas can make the housing very attractive there, and it means people won’t need to drive long distances any more to get to the water, at the harbour or the beaches” said Rocca who added that “It’s my dream that one day we’ll put a floating lagoon into Barangaroo, in the bay. I would just love to fly up in a helicopter and look down and, in one photograph, get a picture of the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and one of our lagoons.”
Currently Crystal Lagoons has plans for 30 real estate developments in Australia, together worth an estimated $80 billion.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.