The Living Coral Biobank is expected to be completed in 2025

The Great Barrier Reef isn't in the best of shape to say the least, so in an attempt to help secure the longterm future of its corals and other corals worldwide, Contreras Earl Architecture has unveiled what it calls the world's first dedicated coral conservation center. Assuming all goes ahead as planned, the building will boast energy-efficient features and will maintain over 800 species of scleractinia (aka hard corals).

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