Dimensions 150 × 74 × 60 cm
Background Black and white background to give more visual depth.
Lighting T5 10x80 w 7.000 ºk
Filtration JBL 1902 x2
Plants Hemianthus Callichitrioides Cuba, Hemianthus Mciranthemoides, Monosolenium Tenerum Pellia, Riccardia Chamedryfolia, Vesicularia Dubyana Christmas Moss, Taxiphyllum Alternans Taiwan Moss, Stringy Moss, Taxiphyllum Flame Moss, Vesicularia Ferriei Weeping Moss, Taxiphyllum Barbieri, Bolbitis Heudelotii, Bucephalandra Mini Needle Leaf, Bucephalandra Sp Red, Bucephalandra Sp, Bucephalandra Wavy Green, Bucephalandra Mini Catherinae, Bucephalandra Sp Mini Red, Bucephalandra Lamandau Mini, Bucephalandra Lamandau Purple.
Animals Crossocheilus Siamensis, Microdevario Kubotai, Puntius Schubertii, Otocinclus Affinis, Caridina Multidentata Japonica.
Materials Tourmaline BC, Clear Super, Bacter 100, Power Sand Special L, Aquasoil Amazonia, La plata Sand.
I see a very dynamic and exciting spiral.
The structure is a fusion of stone and wood.
I like the energy and creative concept it is extraordinary and even unique.
Unfortunately there are some aspects that bother me.
The planting looks very restless and inconsistent. In addition it obscures the hardscape in some places where it might have been better left uncovered.
The structure is so firmly cemented with stones that the wood loses some of its effect. The wood also looks very fresh. The red and orange tones make for a rather uncomfortable color palette.
The background appears to be only partially lit. I see a very bright gap while the rest of the glass panel is dark. I guess that is intentional but looks strange and artificial to me.
Despite of these facts the basic idea is excellent and the only reason I have expressed my criticism so extensively is that I liked it so much.
I hope you can follow my reasoning.