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Japanese researchers are developing artificial-gravity buildings for space

Architects have conjured some odd-shaped space habitats. Image: Unsplash/NASA

Anne Quito
Design Reporter, Quartz
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The team's artificial gravity living facility. Image: Kajima corporation.

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Maintaining normal gravity - even during long journies. Image: Kajima Corporation.

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