EVA is an indoor aquaponics furniture concept, specially designed for hobbyists from François Hurtaud.
The piece of furniture is interesting, and creates a small ecosystem that works perfectly. In aquaponics there is a symbiotic relationship in which fish waste, ammonia, is released into the garden.
The substrate of the roots of the plants breaks down that ammonia into nitrates and nitrites that go to feed the plants. The plants in turn become food for the fish, in a virtuous circle.
If aquaponics gives you doubts, know that the Aztecs in the year 1000 AD cultivated and raised plants on rafts arranged on the surface of a lake.
Aquaponics, sustainable and harmonious agriculture
Aquaponics is known as a sustainable farming method. It increases the production of crops for framework weather compared to traditional agriculture, uses little water and is low in energy consumption.
When comparing aquaponics to hydroponics, you can see that hydroponics uses a formulated solution, while aquaponics uses fish to provide nutrients.
EVA would look great as a low maintenance decoration in hotels, schools, restaurants and even offices.
An "infinite" decoration
Assembly is simple - this aquaponics has parts that simply snap together and let gravity do the work, no tools needed.
It is beautiful to look at, and it puts you at peace with yourself. Diametrically opposed to "still lifes" such as those represented by modern lichen walls.
Powered by LEDs that are shared by both the garden and the aquarium, the EVA aquaponic solution also has a satin finish that serves to optimize light diffusion.