“Liquid Garden” is the name of Benjamin Graindorge’s pond, which combines a vase and aquarium with elements of blown glass. By using glass containers of different shapes Graindorge creates a translucent vertical garden, reminiscent of a landscape or natural habitat.
Eric Jourdan’s version called “Castle” is perhaps the most literal one, with an open water feature intended to be viewed as a lake. “Castle” is made from ceramic and has a moat with a tower of integrated plants and sand.
The “Domestic Ponds” exhibition is currently taking place at Galerie BSL, Paris, France, and will be open until November 27th, 2010. Each domestic pond is made in a limited edition of 10 units.
Via David Report