Modern Aquarium : Spacearium

The ASP Spacearium fishtank is a new idea that wants to “reinvent your indoor space,” as opposed to just being an accessory with some fish in it off in a corner somewhere. As you can see from the pictures the ASP Spacearium fishtank looks more like a plasma TV. The huge acrylic tanks are shaped like gently curving ellipses, and range in size from 5 to 8 feet across, which is easily large enough to turn them into room dividers. Finally if you have a beautiful collection of colorful fishes this fish tank could create a beautiful view in your room, for you and also for the fishes. Price : $8400 – Via – Zamzing

asp aquarium Modern Aquarium : Spacearium asp aquarium Modern Aquarium : Spacearium modern aquarium Modern Aquarium : Spacearium

Get Updates (it's free) Enter your email to get FREE blog updates

5 responses to “Modern Aquarium : Spacearium” - Add yours!

  1. Jose said:
    April 14, 2008


    Great style !
    I might try to buy the aquarium, but I can’t afford a house where it would fit properly:-)
    I wonder if it isn’t too narrow; unless one adds small fish.

    Take care,


  2. em said:
    April 30, 2008

    thats the coolest aquarium but how do the fishes get to swim… its kinda a tight squeeze

  3. Laura said:
    September 22, 2008

    WOW!!! That is absolutly BEAUTIFUL!!! But the only thing is… those look like salt water fish… and I don’t see the salt water pump and the things you need to take care of salt water fish, how did you mangage to hide all of those elements? I would be more then willing to do something like that in my home… VERY CURIOUS!!!

  4. MEEP said:
    October 8, 2008

    all of these fish tanks are completely awesome and im a huge fan of fish and aquariums and all that… but one thing…. how the eff do you clean it???!

  5. March 3, 2010

    I suppose I am just more interested by what’s inside the tank than the tank itself.

4 Trackbacks

  1. By soheicube linkpost on April 15, 2008



  2. [...] zum Artikel Posted in design stuff | Leave a Comment [...]

  3. [...] I found this great article. You can read rest of it here : here [...]

  4. [...] via freshome [...]