Krisztián Katona

Krisztián Katona

Krisztián Katona
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Tau is a twist on the standalone aquarium that ditches all the awkward tubing, hard lighting and unsightly box filters for a cleaner, minimalistic look that you and your fishy friends will love! All of the aforementioned features are neatly packed within the main body at the bottom. Even its light projects upward from the base before being reflected back down, giving the unit subtle, relaxing ambience rather than direct, harsh lighting.

Tau is a twist on the standalone aquarium that ditches all the awkward tubing, hard lighting and unsightly box filters for a cleaner, minimalistic look that you and your fishy friends will love! All (Tech Projects)

718 Likes, 18 Comments - The Conran Shop (@theconranshoplondon) on Instagram: “The terrariums from Green Factory have landed #shapedbyconran #theconranshop”

718 Likes, 18 Comments - The Conran Shop (@theconranshoplondon) on Instagram: “The terrariums from Green Factory have landed #shapedbyconran #theconranshop”

The #spiderplant ️    #bonsai #jar #capsulegardens #terrarium

The #spiderplant ️ #bonsai #jar #capsulegardens #terrarium

Bonsai Garden, Bonsai Plants, Bonsai Trees, Succulents Garden, Unusual Plants, Zen Gardens, Container Garden, Secret Gardens, Bonsai Baum, Plants, Desert Rose, Decorative Stencils, Fairy Garden

Getting lost in these magical little worlds today. Do you have terrariums in your plant collections?

Getting lost in these magical little worlds today. Do you have terrariums in your plant collections?

The Urban Cultivator Makes Growing Greens Year-Round Simple #homedecor trendhunter.com

Full spectrum lights for urban hydroponics and growing indoors. The Urban Cultivator is a computer-controlled hydroponic growing system for herbs and vege.

A graduate from Loughborough University created the 15-litre tank, which is packed with technology enabling fish, plants and bacteria 'to work together to create a balanced ecosystem'.

A graduate from Loughborough University created the tank, which is packed with technology enabling fish, plants and bacteria 'to work together to create a balanced ecosystem'.