Aquacity's Winning Concept for Indoor Gardening

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Aquacity's Winning Concept for Indoor Gardening

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Aquacity's indoor gardening program wins @Living_Future Living Product Prize in #Biomimicry Global Design Challenge
Friday, August 5, 2016 - 3:30pm

Reprinted with permission from Alex Muller's August 3, 2016 blog post on Trim Tab.

Keeping plants in your home has been said to reduce stress and create a healthier living environment. However, the associated care with house plants is often a barrier for people.

In California, a group of students recognized the importance of having bits of nature in the home and submitted a winning solution to the student Living Product Prize competition.

Aquacity is a biomimicry-inspired product that combines the structural integrity of a honeycomb, the luminescence and water sensitivity of the Lobed Comb Jellyfish, the habitat of a Suriname sea toad, and the earth’s water cycles.

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