Aquascaping with glass and 3D printed objects
Most aquarists veer towards naturalism for our aquascapes. Misawa choose to use man-made, meticulously-composed elements to create beauty, heavily relying on three elements throughout his minimalistic vision: white 3D-printed plastic, glass (often inverted, trapped with air), and some live plants (mostly floating plants like duckweed).
Granted, this radical approach to aquascaping will not appeal to everyone, but this type of out-of-the-box thinking can help us reimagine and redefine the boundaries of modern aquarium-keeping.
"Waterscape" was recently only exhibit in Taiwan, with an accompanying book (in Chinese) detailing the design of each aquascape. You can view more photos of these designs at Misawa Design Institute's website.