Proteus Underwater Habitat
The underwater scientific research station Proteus Underwater Habitat. Fuseproject's Yves Behar planned it for the aquanaut Fabien Cousteau and a joining point for global researchers, academics, government companies, and organizations. Moreover, our curiosity as humans drives us to learn and take the quests for more research missions. This aqua habitat is 4,000 square feet and can contain up to 12 souls. The main area expands to other modular pod series that house laboratories, sleeping sections, bathrooms, medical bays, life assistance systems, and storehouses. The spiral staircase at the middle of the Proteus leads to the two-level structure that includes kitchen, dining, and workspaces, and even surprisingly, a greenhouse.