In the wild, plants are part of a larger environment, or at the very least anchored firmly in the ground or a body of water. To some extent, an ordinary terrarium creates a micro-environment in which a plant or animal can live. By contrast, HydroTerra turns the terrarium into a kind of picture frame, showcasing plants in a stark, modernist wire-frame cube.
Instead of hiding the water part, as most hydroponic systems do, these structures showcase it, allowing us to observe the growth of the plant and its roots at the same time.
The clever construction of this Hydroponic Terrarium by Hokerbat allows you to lift the upper part without disturbing the plant and change water easily.