Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America is one of great James Law Cybertecture’s designs to offer a breathtaking and jaw-dropping experience to the world citizens. We know that the official architects for Spaceport America are URS and Foster + Partners, however, we’d just like to show you other design proposal that offers the same futuristic elements. This commercial spacesport has been uniquely designed to utilize a liquid metal structural theme to illustrate the ground-breaking and challenging mission of our modern space exploration era.

Designer : James Law

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture


Spaceport America objective is to provide a superb platform to show our appreciation to the world’s most intelligent minds and brave pioneers while at the same time offer a glimpse of our magnificent universe. Visitors will be separated by only a few kilometers away from the Outpost Centers and operational THF spaceport to witness the glorious spaceship launches.

When visitors arrive and enter the VIP guest zone, they’ll be presented with a stunning and dramatic view, a surreal visualization of liquid metal sculpture that reflects the daring nature and uniqueness interaction with orbital space. These inspiring spheres, is built with pivotal functions of retail and leisure capacity, but also elegantly considered with mechanisms in conserving energy through photovoltaic panels, rainwater harvesting, as well as solar and hybrid cooling.

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Spaceport America Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

Tuvie has received “Spaceport America” concept from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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Stephen Russell says: September 29, 2011

Build this then for Arizona, UT, So NV? No Africa?
Australia then & add 10X the size
Add ELV SSTO Booster launch Area & Launch Control & Mission Control Center.
Monorails, trams, robotic bag handlers, Intl cafe, retail area, Mall, offices
Underground subway system.
Awesome.







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