How underwater IP can save our seas
11 June 2020, Catherine Crowe
In 1927, French Architect, Le Corbusier, coined a phrase. He said that ‘a house is a machine for living in’. Subsequently, a great deal of concrete was poured into what became known as ‘brutalist’ architecture.
Today, it turns out that prawns, crabs and lobsters, rather than people, are seeking out accommodation in modular, environmentally friendly living spaces on the British riviera. Brixham’s ARC Marine have perfected loft living for crustaceans, shellfish, fish, molluscs and invertebrates and now, they are poised to make a significant improvement to all our environments.
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