Underwater Restaurant Has Been Completed In Norway And It Looks Out Of This World

The first, the largest and the most research-friendly. Under is the world’s biggest underwater restaurant with a total seating capacity for 100 guests, it’s the first of its kind in Europe, and it also functions as a research center for marine biology. The Snøhetta-designed dining experience started operating just yesterday but people are already adding it to their Norway destination lists.

More info: snohetta.com

Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal

In Norwegian, ‘under’ means both ‘below’ and ‘wonder.’ Half-sunken into the sea, the building’s 111-foot long monolithic form breaks the surface of the water to rest on the seabed below. Taking it a step further, the structure is built to eventually fully integrate into its marine environment, as the roughness of the concrete shell will function as an artificial reef, welcoming limpets and kelp to inhabit it.

Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: snohetta
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: underlindesnes
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: underlindesnes
Image credits: underlindesnes
Image credits: Inger Marie Grini
Image credits: Inger Marie Grini
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal
Image credits: Ivar Kvaal

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