The Tetra Tranquillity Tank, a custom built serene aquatic pop-up experience, gave Londoners a relaxing retreat in the heart of the city.
Best known for its luxurious custom-made coral reef aquarium in the Sexy Fish restaurant on Berkeley Street, Aquatic Design Centre was brought on board to share over 25 years of experience in creating bespoke aquariums and installations to help transform the two front windows of the retail space.
It took 11 days to build and three to install, and held 2,689 litres of water, which was home to 60 mixed colourful cichlids, a turtle, angel fish, mixed rainbow fish, and a corydoras cat fish among others.
Offering a complete sensory experience, over 3,000 visitors had the opportunity to unwind in relaxing seating whilst listening to therapeutic, underwater sounds in an environment that reflected the tranquillity of an aquarium, created by water projections, special effect lighting, plants and the scent of freshly brewed herbal tea.
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