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The aquarium as a piece of art

The aquarium design is the art of creating living art, and as any art it has its canons, rules, directions. Prostozoo hurry to introduce them.

In the late nineteenth century English naturalist Philip Gosse (pictured) asked for an indication of glass vessels with water, which are used for marine plants and animals, the word “aquarium”. Accordingly, the science of the content of Averianov, became known as “the aquarium”.

In the nineteenth century aquariums used for scientific purposes: monitoring the marine life. But with the filing of the same Gosse aquariums not only acquired the designation, and expanded the scope of usage, and at the same time a circle of admirers. The restless Englishman in 1853 in London Rigers Park opened the world’s first exhibition of marine aquariums – “Aquatic vivarium”. She liked the audience and it’s still in use (London aquarium). From that moment began a new era aquarium, aquariums have become a highlight and addition to the interior, and its inhabitants – Pets.

The demand is known, creates supply, and once the aquariums crossed the threshold of the houses, appeared the developers, manufacturers of aquarium equipment, the task of which is to make the lives of obitatelyami the most comfortable. Aquarium designers seek not only to combine the contents of aquariums with the interior, but also to make the aquarium its highlight. Continue reading

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