A library containing an abundance of databooks (2x2 tiles) and computer stations to read them. (As with all public libraries, the computer technology looks like it's at least fifty years out of date.) It has connections at 0 bricks and 10 bricks at the back, and large airlock doors on the front. And the architecture is slightly less blocky than absolutely blocky!... the style that I try desperately to avoid.
Inside the room. On the left is the help desk/ airlock operator's office; over the airlock sits a small sculpture of a manned moon landing (with flag); and on the right a bank of computers.
The left side of the room, including shelves, windows, and sliding ladders.
The back of the room, with stairs connecting the two levels, and more computers.
The right side, same as the left.
Minifig point of view... notice the small windows between the shelves.
View inside the office, with wall-mounted disc reader and a small window to check for fleebnorks entering the airlock.
Finally! Someone else who understands the necessity of airlocks. You wouldn't want to wear a space suit all the time. Talk about a fasion faux pas! XP Remember three severed LEGO heads means goo but could be better; by no means do I think this is bad.