The Aqualibrium Garden covers an area of 2 square feet per piece, which can provide one person with enough nutritionial vegetables and fruits. It consists of two user-friendly modules that are based on the design of futurist Jacque Fresco, which can be mounted onto each other interchangeably. They are made of UV-protected, scratch-resistant and transparent plastic so you can follow the growth of your plants day by day. Plant lovers who have been unsuccessful in the past will also find use in the Aqualibrium Garden because it is entirely self-cleaning and self-watering, making gardening a piece of cake for everyone. The possibilities virtually expand to whatever your tummy desires. No effort, all your around.
The best thing about the Aqualibrium Garden? You know exactly where your food is coming from. It is as organic and local as it can get because all the food is coming straight from your home. There are no labels to lure you. Instead, there are no labels at all – just like in real nature. Wow, mind-blowing, we know. Though aquaponics and hydroponics are no new concepts in the urban gardening sector the Aqualibrium Garden has the potential to make these forms of self-sustainable gardening accessible and affordable for everyone, which, in turn, could revolutionize the entire supply chain of fresh produce. If everyone had his or her very own garden at home, on the long run, it will not only save a lot of money but it will give their owners full control of what they eat, making organic food the norm and pushing poisonous foods off the market. In addition, people will reconnect to the plants, re-appreciate the growth of food and learn something new about plants with hands-on experience within their own walls. It is, therefore, not only a source of food but also an educational tool for all ages alike.
The prototype of the Aqualibrium Garden has already proved to be very successful as it is growing beautifully edible plants in abundancy. To fully realize their dream, however, Josh, Ben-Yam and Jared have been looking for funds for the full production of the Aqualibrium Garden. With the help of the crowdfunding website Kickstarter they have now successfully met and exceeded their goal of USD 108,000 so hopefully production will start very soon.