Architecture: Mussel pavilions at an eco-resort in the UK 

Their unusual design should be a decoration of the coast.

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London architecture studio Grimshaw presented its plan for the development of an ecological seaside resort in the British Lancashire. The resort is owned by the charity foundation Eden Project International and will be its second project in the UK.

The plans include the construction of five pavilions on the coast, the shape of which is inspired by mussel shells. Inside each will support a certain environment, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of Morecambe Bay.

In addition to the pavilions, the studio plans to lay out gardens, build several observatories and in other ways increase the tourist attractiveness of the region.

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