By Cat DiStasio
While architecture upon land strives ever higher, designers in wetter tools of a world have been finding brand new ways to build underneath a waves. Underwater buildings aren't exactly common -- partly thanks to their enormous expense -- but there have been a couple of stellar examples of submerged structures that demonstrate how a trend like this could really take off. From the world's largest underwater restaurant in a Maldives to a village of luxury floating condos in Dubai that put beachfront property to shame, undersea buildings illustrate what can be done when we compound technology with architecture.
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