The building will also function as a research centre for marine biology outside of restaurant opening hours, and researchers will help to optimise conditions for fish and shellfish in proximity to the structure.
It is a rare opportunity to see historic Venetian palazzos before they open to the public, observe the setup of the exhibition and meet international creative crowd.
Snøhetta said in a statement: “Through its architecture, menu and mission of informing the public about the biodiversity of the sea, Under will provide an under-water experience inspiring a sense of awe and delight, activating all the senses – both physical and intellectual.” The project’s intended completion date is February/March 2019.
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