Here’s a very cool piece of architecture that I came across and had to share, the Zero gravity room. In a bustling world, people try to shrink stuff, just like the one apartment rooms that I’m pretty sure you saw in Japan where the kitchen, table, bed and whatever else can be folded back to the wall. This one however is quite different, built by Nicholas Blake and M&A volunteers, this structure is a clever way of using space.

Created in a circular form that turns around itself within an hour around itself leaving a 15 minute breaking point to use the furniture. What that means is due to its limited space and complex design, a person will be able to use a table or a sit on a chair on a specific time when the furniture becomes aligned with the gravity. I think this opens up more space for architects and can be a usable structure when in larger scale.

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