SALACIA is inspired by the structure observed by the glass sponge that accompanies the coral. It aims to rise the rate of coral reef recovery by the bio-net on the sea floor. In response to the high temperatures, a thermoelectric cooling system in the sea will directly cool the seawater. In the long run, the building's micro-algae and shellfish culture can serve as a regional sea carbon capture system to ease the acidification issue. The solid-state wind power system on the mesh curtain wall can produce green energy and lower carbon emissions. To help coastal cities and save marine ecosystems.