Jacques Rougerie's SeaOrbiter: a new architectural paradigm?

Jacques Rougerie has been an oceanographer-architect since the 1970s, when he pioneered his first underwater habitats. A life of passion and research that is now reflected in the SeaOrbiter project, a 57-metre-high vertical architectural structure, the upper part of which rises 27 metres above the waves.

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