The Playboy Club in space will be on a station in orbit, like a cruise ship.
The Playboy Club space station restaurant will have gravity, to prevent chaos. These interiors are warm and elegant.
The dance club will be the one room on board with no windows. It is a totally encompassing zero-gravity psychedelic experience.
Personal quarters will serve as the first zero-gravity sex suites.
The gaming room will have 3-D video games. But what about a mutant roulette wheel on which the player himself is the ball that bounces around the numbers?
Boeing is advancing plans for its new capsule-based spaceship, designed to ferry people to and from the ISS and future private space stations. The capsule design is part of an effort to replace the re
Reaction engines have devised a series of modules to demonstrate the proposed spaceship SKYLON's capabilities. Here, a space station has been assembled using docking, habitation, power, airlock and laboratory modules.
A Boeing concept for using available, but unflown, modules developed for the International Space Station, as well as purpose-built elements for a Libration-point habitat.
Bigelow Aerospace's CEO illuminates the foresight driving his company's market positioning strategy.
Bigelow Aerospace has planned a series of inflatable structure tests in space. Plan is to evolve testing and hardware to establish the Nautilus outpost in Earth orbit.
This artist's illustration depicts a Boeing CST-100 spacecraft approaching a private inflatable space station complex designed by Bigelow Aerospace.
This artist's illustration shows a cross-section of the planned Commercial Space Station envisioned by Russian companies Orbital Technologies and RSC Energia.
An artist's depiction of the Excalibur Almaz Reusable Re-entry Vehicle (RRV) planned to launch paying customers into orbit by 2013.