Haruka Misawa's aquariums deliver a new take on fishes and plants living together


If only they were for sale

There's something wonderful about seeing people using their creativity to improve their pet's living space. When done right, the new environment gives the animal the ability to frolic in a manner that grants them more freedom.

While we're on the topic of creative pet homes, Japanese Designer Haruka Misawa developed her own aquariums that feature some interesting shapes that allow for the fish to have fun with swimming, along with granting surface plants the ability to grow in a bubble that's inside of the tank.

The best part is that the fish can eat the plants, which serves as an alternative for when they want something to munch on before feeding time.

Misawa's creations appeared in an exhibition called Waterscape, an exhibition that happened in Taiwan that was formed by the designer. Even though these aquariums aren't available for sale to the public, it's nice to see the person deliver a neat take on how fish tanks are made.

Since the fishes seemed to be having a good time in the aquariums, I'm hoping that Misawa plans to sell these creations one day.

[via RocketNews24]

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