Hidemi Nishida is an artist and architect based in Tokyo who engages space aesthetics and perception of environment through his work. He somehow visualizes elements of ordinary view and questions how do we connect with the beautiful world. His environmental installation Fragile Chairs was built on the Lake Poroto in Hokkaido Japan. The Lake Poroto has been a big village of the indigenous people “Ainu”. For them, the lake is still a sanctuary despite the turbulent time changes that Hokkaido is living. The emerging chairs on the water silently imply an existence of a field where a human cannot really reach to.