An unlimited number of living space modules can be connected to form a single ship. This modular approach can efficiently move thousands of people without overcrowding concerns, easily adapting based on need. The ship centers around self-contained modules that are capable of supporting life with no outside support for up to four people. As demand increases, modules can be connected to increase efficiencies and share resources.
Human psychological wellbeing is prioritized through architecture, lighting, and materials. To communicate safety through the design integrated control surfaces like handholds, ledges, and bezels, are visible, backlit, and integrated into the cabin architecture so that lighting and surface architecture is the primary visual statement.
Within each module, living spaces are designed to adapt based on need. A multi-purpose space supports a wide array of activities and can be configured and reconfigured according to passenger needs. Two bedroom suites give up to four people their own space and storage for personal items. Connecting all the spaces together is an expansive green space.