Sixty feet beneath the surface of the Caribbean Sea, aquanaut Fabien Cousteau and industrial designer Yves Béhar are envisioning the world’s largest underwater research station and habitat.
The pair have unveiled Fabien Cousteau’s Proteus, a 4,000-square-foot modular lab that will sit under the water off the coast of Curaçao, providing a home to scientists and researchers from across the world studying the ocean — from the effects of climate change and new marine life to medicinal breakthroughs.
Fabien Cousteau's PROTEUS™

Fabien Cousteau’s Proteus Credit: Courtesy Proteus/Yves Béhar/Fuseproject

Fabien Cousteau's Proteus

Fabien Cousteau’s Proteus Credit: Courtesy Proteus/Yves Béhar/Fuseproject

Fabien Cousteau's Proteus

Fabien Cousteau’s Proteus Credit: Courtesy Proteus/Yves Béhar/Fuseproject

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Fabien Cousteau wants to build an underwater ‘space station’

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