Conquer the great depths

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The idea of living under the sea continues to inhabit our collective mind. Let's explore in more detail how the French oceanographer architect Jacques Rougerie pursues his quest for the oceans through the SeaOrbiter project.
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The idea of living under the sea continues to inhabit our collective mind. Let's explore in more detail how the French oceanographer architect Jacques Rougerie pursues his quest for the oceans through the project. SeaOrbiter.

“For more than 30 years, the architect Jacques Rougerie has been experimenting with underwater houses and vessels that could make it possible to stay several weeks on the seas. The SeaOrbiter, its flagship project, could be a chance for scientists to discover the still little-known seabed ”.

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