Origin: Tokyo, Japan

In 19th Century England, a small, glass-enclosed conservatory called a “paludarium” was invented to house and protect exotic plants after they traveled from far off places, having been extracted from their natural habitats. When placed inside this protective glass container, the plant thrives in an environment that emulates its natural habitat, yet it becomes a spectacle of displacement having been taken from its place of native origin. Comprised of water, land, air, and light, the “Paludarium Osamu” is home to a bonsai tree and offers a contemporary encapsulated environmental ecosystem in which the tree can complete its growth stages and lifecycle in a succinct and condensed way.

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