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  • Evening Standard

    June 2010

    As seen in the most recent London Evening Standard, Aquarium Architecture’s installation of an iwagumi planted aquarium at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show was a great success. Working alongside partners Vitra.com, ukaps.org and Indoor Garden Design, the team has created an 800 x 450 x 200mm Opti-white glass aquarium housing a variety of iwagumi aquarium plants.

    In recent months the impact of planted aquariums has grown dramatically within the UK. People looking for a slightly more tranquil design within their properties are particularly fond of this Japanese style aquarium. Aquarium Architecture recently designed and installed a 2000 litre big brother version in their London offices to highlight this growing trend. Whilst the potential for this style to out shine the saltwater trend is questionable, nevertheless this style aquarium is sure to be a hit in 2010/11.

    Aquarium Architecture exhibited at the RHS Chelsea Flower show from Monday 24th May to Saturday 29th May 2010.

Evening Standard

As seen in the most recent London Evening Standard, Aquarium Architecture’s installation of an iwagumi planted aquarium at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show was a great success. Working alongside partners Vitra.com, ukaps.org and Indoor Garden Design, the team has created an 800 x 450 x 200mm Opti-white glass aquarium housing a variety of iwagumi aquarium plants.

In recent months the impact of planted aquariums has grown dramatically within the UK. People looking for a slightly more tranquil design within their properties are particularly fond of this Japanese style aquarium. Aquarium Architecture recently designed and installed a 2000 litre big brother version in their London offices to highlight this growing trend. Whilst the potential for this style to out shine the saltwater trend is questionable, nevertheless this style aquarium is sure to be a hit in 2010/11.

Aquarium Architecture exhibited at the RHS Chelsea Flower show from Monday 24th May to Saturday 29th May 2010.