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Spaceism is an architectural style that focuses on the grand scale of emptiness. The style aims to reflect the vast vacuum of space and humanity's place in it. The style has often been criticised for being cold and impersonal. Still, it has also been celebrated for being daring and giving humans a chance to breathe and reflect in an ever more hectic and dense society.

Famous examples of spaceistic buildings

The most famous example of a spaceistic building is the University of New Jerusalem in the colony of New Jerusalem. Other notable examples are the re-rebuilt Great Library of Alexandria and the Loong Tower in Hong Kong.