I started this project Monday, but I've been designing it for the better part of the year. I do believe this is a Zilla terrarium. I placed a space heater inside the aquarium to start making the silicone malleable so I could remove the plastic rim from the top. I have no use for the top, as I'm going to be removing the front pane. Slid a bare razor underneath the rim and started cutting the silicone I could reach. Idiot move. Almost lost a finger... Went looking for the pen knife - much easier and not nearly as terrifying! I need the base, so my buddy is going to lend me his heat gun. Between the gun, acetone soaked qtips, the pen knife and some fishing line, I'm going to remove the base and the front pane. (More on this when I eventually get to that stage.). For now, I'm starting to work on the framework. I'm using light diffusers and several pounds of zip ties, lol, to make a frame and then terraces for the plants. I'm intending on using all sorts of 'dews, utrics, lowland neps and various mosses. It will also have a couple of ferns and a ficus! I'm going to have a very shallow water feature at the front with aquatic plants. I'm suuper excited for this project and I'll post updates as I make progress. I've attached a google pic that inspired the finished layout and a photo of the start of my project!