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Trendspotting - Your guide to latest trends

23-08-2010 Yin and Yang Fish Bowl Plant

 It’s the yin and yang of plants and fish bowls. This incredibly clever idea is called One Pot – Two Lives. It’s a hybrid fish bowl and planter designed by Sheng-Zhe Feng and Ling-Yuan Chou. A regularly potted plant is placed on top and a goldfish lives underneath. This tit for tat relationship is comprised of the fish turning their eaten bait remnants into nutrients for the plant, which is then fed with water that filters and

passes through, becoming clean for the fish. Materials are cycled and

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soil remains humid, so the watering period is extended by a week. That’s the natural cycle of life in action for you!

Image Source: www.yankodesign.com/

Content Source: www.creativityplatform.com

If you like this trend, you might also like 'The Vase is Always Greener' , 'Steckling a.k.a 'On the Edge' or 'I Spy Flower Power'

 

Comments

  • Posted by Devon Delaney on 27/08/2010 00:40
  • What a wonderful design! So aesthetically pleasing and
also philosophically inspiring.

I definitely want one.

Devon Delaney
  • Posted by emma Huybers on 29/10/2010 15:25
  • A great design - just what I want but WHERE/HOW can I buy it and what is the cost.

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