Vaso Aidonidou, Miriam Georgakopoulou

9076 - The sea level has risen gradually by 80 meters and Lesser Cyclades have almost sunk. Every establishment that was no longer sufficient has been rebuilt on floating platforms and all the other buildings and settlements remain underwater. In order to preserve the culture, history and important documentation of Lesser Cyclades, buildings or sites of interest have become enclosed into waterproof glass cases. Remotely controllable enclosed facilities are not accessible, while cases that contain buildings worth visiting are accessible from a floating platform-port and from each other through underwater tunnels connecting them. The remotely controlled cases preserve useful information and documents, while the accessible ones contain livable and frequently visited content.