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Sherlock House

BLOOMSBURY, LONDON

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CONTEMPORARY FRESHWATER BUILT-IN FISH TANK

With a house abundant with unique and interesting art pieces collected from her travels, our client commissioned us to install this contemporary freshwater built-in fish tank into her Bloomsbury residence. The aquarium is based upon Japanese Iwagumi style and houses angelfish.

Holding a system of just under a thousand litres, the aquarium has been built into the wall, being a fantastic division of the kid’s play area and the living room. The client wanted something that would interest and educate her young children but also be a unique, minimal and calming backdrop to her eclectic living area with an element of Feng Shui.