EVA a.k.a life is an indoor aquaponics furniture concept, specially designed for hobbyists. The system features a symbiotic relationship where the waste of fish, ammoniac, is pumped onto the garden, the substratum of roots of the plants would break down that ammoniac into nitrates and nitrites. These compounds feed the plants, which later become food in return for the fish, a virtuous circle. Just in case you are in doubt in this system, remember that Aztec people raised plants on rafts on the surface of a lake in 1,000 A.D.
Aquaponics has been known as a sustainable method of agriculture, it increases crop production per square foot vs traditional farming, it uses low water and low power consumption.
EVA Aquaponics is an innovative project by François Hurtaud. When you compare aquaponics with hydroponics, you can see that hydroponics uses formulated solution while aquaponics uses fish to provide nutrients. EVA would look awesome as low-maintenance decoration in hotels, schools, restaurants, and even offices. The assembly is easy, this aquaponics with parts that simply dovetail with one another and let gravity do the work, no tools required. Powered by LEDs which are shared by both garden and fishtank, that frosted finishing together with extruded facets serve at optimising the light diffusion.