Europe hosts the Greek Parthenon in Athens, the Roman Colosseum in Rome, the Eiffel Tower in Paris and many, numerous architectural masterpieces. You know what it’s lacking, though? An underwater restaurant. But a business called Snøhetta (formerly here) is on a quest to improve that. Obtained created a three-level structure with a 36-foot-wide panoramic screen enabling visitors to “journey” into the water in southern Norway.
at first, “Under” seems like a tangible container, tossed in to the shallows nearby the town Båly, but once within it radiates life. The restaurant may have the room to match to 100 visitors, therefore the building will even double as a marine study centre whenever no one is dining.
“More than an aquarium, the structure will end up a part of its marine environment, arriving at rest right on the sea sleep five yards below the water’s area,” Snøhetta writes. “Like a sunken periscope, the restaurant’s huge acrylic windows provide a view associated with seabed since it changes through the periods and varying weather conditions.”
Snøhetta hopes to start construction next year, because of the goal of starting in 2019.