Aquarium Ferns Grow Inside An Air Bubble Within Upside-Down Fish Tank
Japanese designer Haruka Misawa trained at the design office Nendo, created this incredible upside-down fish tank. A large air bubble is encapsulated within the water of the fish tank, allowing ferns to grow and fish to feed off them.
The fish tank is actually part of a series of fish tanks that were intended to re-think aquariums altogether. They were created for Misawa’s solo exhibition in Taiwan called Waterscape, which was held earlier this year.
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