Architects transform submarine into a bar

Jun 03, 2012 No Comments by

Two hundred and fifty years ago, brewer Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease for his St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland. To commemorate this event, the Guinness Company could have rolled out a stretch limousine, but it decided to go one better by launching a “deep-sea bar” in the chilly waters of the Baltic off Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by London-based Jump Studios, the modified tourist submarine was commissioned as part of the Guinness Sea Experience competition, that included an underwater trip inside the Guinness sub as a prize.

Interior views of original layout of Guinness submarine

Seating design for refurbished submarine

The GRP components used to form the shell

How the GRP components fit inside the submarine

Side view of assembled GRP shell

Bar arrangements in submarine shell

Perspective view of assembled shell

Details of assembled GRP components

The GRP shell was installed in a tourist submarine

The shell had to conform to all ventilation and fire safety standards

Guinness and Jump Studios have teamed up to turn a submarine into an underwater bar

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