Japan’s Nakagin capsule hotel pioneered building design with plug-in sleeping pods

The Nakagin Capsule Hotel in Tokyo opened in 1972, combining notions of futuristic existence with Japanese economic efficiency. The idea of sleeping in a pod originally captured people’s imagination in the 1960s. It brought to mind space travel and …
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