The Kameha Grand Zurich Hotel

The Kameha Grand Zurich Hotel in Switzerland recently opened doors to a Space Suite designed by German artist Michael Najjar. Enter and an automated female voice inspired by John Carpenter’s science fiction classic Dark Star welcomes “crew members” and offers “handling instructions”. Inside, rocket engine inspired spotlights, exclusive novels, films and audiobooks about space travel, universe print (images from the Hubble telescope) on the carpet and other features combine to create outworldly interiors. The idea is to immerse guests in the atmosphere of a space station, tapping into various elements of perception to animate the whole experience. Website

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The anchor just locks the chain with the sea-bed. John was up on the fo’c’sle, assisting the third mate and the bosun to drop anchor. Barry was left to have a lie in, lucky sod. Yokohama had a good reputation and was cheap in the early 1970s: the exchange rate was 800 yen to the pound. The officers filled our minds with fabulous stories about Japan. We craved a run ashore and bickered about how we would work the watches. We had all heard of Tony Morrell. Tony was a senior cadet, now languishing in Kobe gaol, six months into a 12-year sentence. He had, reportedly, agreed to deliver a package for someone from Singapore. The delivery was to a bar in Kobe.

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