I think this has already been mentioned, but it won't hurt to repeat. In the "Dutch" style aquarium, as in the "Nature" aquarium of Mr Amano, the emphasis is on plants and design, not fish. These are works of art, but not always suitable habitats for fish. If one explores the natural habitat of the fish species, one readily comprehends this fact.
Dutch planted tanks often have no fish at all. These are aquatic gardens. Emphasis is on the needs of the plants.
My tanks are fish tanks, that happen to have live plants in them. This is a completely different and in some ways opposite approach.