Street artists like Banksy and Space Invader have been playing with city dwellers for years, placing their work strategically for maximum impact. In fact, artists around the globe are constantly integrating their artwork into the landscape in unexpected ways. Working in large and small scale, the techniques and scope of work differ, but one thing they all have in common is their clever use of space.
The view at this underwater restaurant is probably like none you’ve ever seen. Ithaa Undersea restaurant sits 16 feet below sea level at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Hotel in Rangalifinolhu, Maldives. Maldives is a country of almost 1,200 islands, about 300 miles from the southernmost points of India and Sri Lanka.
Diners marvel at 180 views of reef and marine life, sip champagne cocktails, and sample Maldivian-Western fusion cuisine at the spectacular venue – the world’s first all-glass, undersea restaurant. The 16×30 ft. space has a maximum capacity of 14 people, and meals range in cost from $120.00 to $250.00 per person. The hotel recommends making reservations up to 14 days in advance, and children under 12 are not allowed.