Talented London-based designer Jump Studios was commissioned to repurpose a submarine into a cool deep sea bar as part Guinness’ 250 year anniversary celebration. Jump worked with famed carpenter and engineer Nicholas Alexander to follow strict marine construction guidelines. Together the team took measurements of the submarine in Sweden’s Stockholm Archipelago before constructing the pre-fabricated interior shell in Alexander’s London studio. They then assembled the components in sub-zero temperatures before sinking the bar to the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
via Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.