Underwater Restaurant

Underwater Gastronomy


Maybe the lethargy that has taken over our bodies after so much submission to the dictates of the mobile phone has led to the fashion of the even-harder, in a search for radical experiences brought to extremes. This would perhaps explain construction works like the restaurant that the firm Snøhetta has designed and carried out at the Norwegian coast’s rocky southernmost point, known for its marine winds. It’s a monolith whose rough texture makes mollusks and kelp cling to it and thrive, and which dips into the water with the express purpose of treating forty diners at a time to a rather turbid but highly thrilling submarine scene. 

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