The Labyrinth Aquarium

The Labyrinth Aquarium

Gregory Han
Oct 27, 2009

We've always been nerds about aquariums, terrariums, and vivariums. There's something both satisfying and relaxing about self-contained eco-systems, with their special lighting, heating and water filtering keeping your fish, frogs, reptiles and plants happy. But we've never seen something as geeky keen as this Labyrinth Aquarium...

The Labyrinth Aquarium looks like a giant atomic particle science project that also happens to display tropical freshwater fish. Available in 3 colours at a whopping $6,500, this is no starter's kit setup, so put away your city fair goldfish. But the lucite aquarium is indeed an aquatic setup that rewards the owner with an automatic leg up in the category of visual presentation.

This very innovative and rare aquarium is offered in three colors. The tables are produced in cherry, black or carbon fiber and they conceal the rare filtration and lighting components. Fish swim freely throughout the entire aquarium. Designed for tropical freshwater fish. The table is optional. Filters and all equipment still included if purchased without table.

Your aquarium includes silk plants, 3 lights, filters, air pumps and cleaning equipment. The 3 rare lights are doughnut shaped and are placed underneath the black central hoods. They include programmable timer plugs which allow you to set when the lights turn on and off.

[via New Idea]

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