NYC Aquascaping Fish Tank Installation Barrons Magazine Feature Announced

New York based Okeanos Aquascaping, the bespoke aquarium & pond installation company, was featured in Barron’s Magazine. It highlights the benefits of ponds and aquariums for mental health & more.

New York, United States - October 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Okeanos Aquascaping announced their feature in the prestigious Barron’s Magazine, with a piece entitled “Home Aquariums Become Nature-Based Art Experiences.” It covers different installations of aquariums around the world, aquariums as design elements, mindfulness benefits and more.

Okeanos Aquascaping was selected for a stunning design created by Martin Schapira, a co-founder and lead designer for the company. He recently completed a 900 gallon aquarium that’s the main feature of a dance floor.

It featured color changing LED lights in a private residence in Lagos, Nigeria. Inside the tank, Martin opted for more than 60 Banggai Cardinalfish.

These fish have silver bodies striped with black, which ensure they compliment the room, which had a black and white design.

Martin stated: “I created two sloping reefs in the tank, leaving the center open so you can see the fish swimming in the middle of nowhere. The fish look like pieces of art, and they swim in unison like an orchestra.”

In addition to this large-scale installation, the team has also provided aquarium installations in Paris, London, and Australia.

Okeanos Aquascaping provides high quality custom fish tank design, custom aquariums, custom ponds, and water features.

In addition to this, it provides fish livestock and aquarium plants in private residences, commercial properties, museums and healthcare facilities.

Customers looking for custom fish tanks and specially designed bespoke aquariums can get in touch for high quality service.

Okeanos Aquascaping was founded by Martin Schapira and Nathan Kamelhar in NYC in 2002.

The company states: “An aquascape is a work life living art that constantly changes and evolves. Okeanos can recreate natural aquatic ecosystems while tailoring them to the specific ambiance of an interior space.”

It adds: “The world’s most vibrant underwater vistas can be uniquely rendered in miniature.”

Full details of Okeanos aquarium services may be found at: http://okeanosgroup.com/custom-aquariums.

Read the entire Barron’s Magazine feature here: https://www.barrons.com/articles/home-aquariums-become-nature-based-art-experiences-01560785400

Contact Info:
Name: Martin Schapira
Email: Send Email
Organization: Okeanos Aquascaping
Address: 521 West 26th Street #600, New York, NY 10001, United States
Phone: +1-212-244-9555
Website: http://www.okeanosgroup.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88928941

More News From Banking Reporter

Draghi stepped in during euro's darkest hour

Nov 12, 2019

FRANKFURT, Germany — Mario Draghi leaves as head of the European Central Bank credited with having rescued the eurozone from disaster with a well-timed phrase and bold action to back up his words. He expanded the bank's arsenal of crisis-fighting tools with new and unconventional policies, measures that he and others say helped end a financial crisis in 2010-2012 and create millions of jobs in the 19-country monetary union. Yet the closing days of his term have hardly been a victory lap. His departure is accompanied by an unusually public dispute among ECB board members over stimulus policies he pushed...

The Latest: Draghi says his legacy not dented by criticism

Nov 12, 2019

FRANKFURT, Germany — The Latest on the European Central Bank and Mario Draghi's last new conference as its president (all times local): 2:55 p.m. As he winds up his eight-year term, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says his legacy isn't dented by the unusual public criticism by some ECB officials of a key part the bank's last stimulus package. Draghi said Thursday that criticism of the decision to purchase bonds with newly printed money was "part and parcel of the ongoing debate." He said "we have discussions, everybody has discussions." Draghi spoke at his last news conference before former...

German industrial production drops again in June

Nov 12, 2019

BERLIN — German industrial production declined for a second consecutive month in July in the latest sign that Europe's biggest economy is headed for a recession in the current quarter. The Economy Ministry said Friday production was 0.6% lower than the previous month, following a 1.1% drop in June. That followed separate data showing factory orders fell 2.7% in July. Germany's economy contracted 0.1% in the April-June period. It is considered likely to shrink again in the third quarter, placing it in a technical recession, and business confidence recently hit a nearly seven-year low. UniCredit bank economist Andreas Rees argues...

South Korean leader says Japan dishonest over wartime past

Nov 12, 2019

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday berated Japan for carrying out its plan to downgrade South Korea's trade status and reiterated Seoul's stance that Tokyo was weaponizing trade to retaliate over political rows stemming from the countries' wartime history. Moon said in a Cabinet meeting that Japan is being dishonest by insisting that its trade curbs weren't retaliation over historical issues, including South Korean court rulings that called for Japanese companies to offer reparations to aging South Korean plaintiffs for forced labor during World War II. He said Japan should look "squarely at the past"...

The Latest: Macron regrets Brazil rejection of Amazon aid

Nov 12, 2019

PARIS — The Latest on French President Emmanuel Macron's speech (all times local): 1:15 p.m. French President Emmanuel Macron is shrugging off Brazil's rejection of international aid to fight Amazon wildfires, saying the money is aimed at nine countries in the region and is a sign of friendship — not "aggressiveness." Macron put the Amazon fires high on the agenda of the Group of Seven summit in France, where world powers pledged this week some $40 million to fight the fires and plant new trees because of the Amazon's importance to the global environment. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused France...

About Us

Banking Reporter is the largest-circulated online business news in the United States, bringing a whole new genre of business journalism more up close and more incisive.

Contact us: sales[at]bankingreporter.com

Subscribe Now!