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Haruka Misawa's Fish Tank Features Plants Growing Inside a Circular Dome

 - May 3, 2016
References: misawa.ndc.co.jp & spoon-tamago
Haruka Misawa is a talented Japanese designer that has put together a modular fish tank cube that features a central aquarium bubble for small plants and ferns to grow inside. The positioning of the bubble allows for some water to come through to hydrate the plants, while simultaneously creating an air pocket to provide oxygen.

The tank is a stylish geometric cube that can be filled with a bit of sand at the base and several small fish. The centre of the tank has a air bubble that plays with gravity to provide plants with the oxygen they need to grow. In addition, the cubic transparent glass allows consumers to view the fish and plants from all angles.

The merging of plans with aquatic life provides the best of both decor styles for small spaces.