Under is located in a remote fishing village Båly, along the coast line of southern Norway. It's the world's largest restaurant under the sea. Legendary Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta used the most simple "tube" as its constructive form, yet created a stunning effect. The rough concrete facade is designed as a artificial reef to be integrated in the nature. While you walked inside, the gradual color palette mimics the beautiful sunset, coral, then shifts to the deep blue and green of the seabed. In this video Under, the world's largest restaurant under the sea, the leading architects explained their creative thoughts behind the design idea.
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