Designed by German artist, adventurer, and aspiring astronaut Michael Najjar, the suite was designed to make guests feel like they’re living inside a space station, down to the smallest detail with a floating bed, pictures of galaxies, hovering astronauts and models of rockets.
Upon entering the suite, a female computer voice welcomes the crewmember, confirms their login, and gives them handling instructions. Rocket engine spotlights fill the room, and an artwork titled “liquid gravity” is displayed to convey the link between space, gravity, and the human body.
The Space Suite’s Living Module is designed to immerse guests into feeling what it is like to live in a space station. Visually futuristic, the suite’s window is covered entirely by mirrors, and the room’s carpet lines the floor and ceiling with a black star design.
The dressing room in the Space Suite features 4 small square pictures showing the famous Lunar Rover. Images of Astronauts from Apollo 15, 16 and 17 can be seen driving with the rover on the moon´s surface. And finally, the bed of the Space Suite is designed in a way to look like it’s magically floating on air. The mattress is a black rectangle and is reminiscent of the monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey.