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Outer Spaces

Today Arch Daily speculates about architecture in outer space, namely what role architects can play in adapting clinical, engineered shuttle environments for longer flights. A good point: with gravity in flux, "the architectural notion of floors, walls and ceilings is completely void." And: "In zero-gravity, it is difficult to treat any surface as a plan, as it is difficult to stay put at all." [Arch Daily]