When you’ve exhausted your bucket list of earthbound destinations, space is the logical next step. Space exploration company Axiom is launching a space tourism programme to fly tourists to the International Space Station. Nasa and Axiom enlisted 71-year-old French designer Philippe Starck to design interiors for these visits, which are planned to start in 2024. Starck has a history in all aspects of unusual design, from hotels and yachts to an individual wind turbine. View this post on Instagram Axiom marries the advantages of space with the iterative speed and manufacturing capabilities of #AI and #robotics. A post shared by Axiom Space (@axiom.space) on Jun 9, 2018 at 2:29am PDT The modules designed by Starck will house national astronauts from countries that are not members of the International Space Station, plus private citizens, according to Architectural Digest . 3 of the most exciting luxury getaways in the world – or in space Anyone who pays the price and undergoes 15 weeks of training can board a space flight. Prices are reportedly as high as US$35,000. Each flight is led by a trained astronaut, and other passengers must pass a physical before beginning training, which can consist of jet flights, extreme environments training and suborbital space flights. Life on Earth is held down by gravity, but life in space is a multidirectional freedom: There is no horizontal, no vertical, even no diagonal Philippe Starck, designer After training is complete, passengers are ready to go into space. Take a look at their future accommodation here. View this post on Instagram Axiom Space is the only private company equipped to provide NASA-level astronaut training and all operations required to keep astronauts and tourists safe and productive on orbit. A post shared by Axiom Space (@axiom.space) on Jun 9, 2018 at 2:24am PDT Axiom’s space station will initially be connected to the International Space Station, orbiting the earth. The station will be attached to the front node of the ISS, allowing for amazing views of the Earth. According to the company, it will also have the largest window observatory ever made for space. How space travel dreams sparked Jeff Bezos’ feud with Elon Musk When the ISS is retired within the next 10 years, the Axiom station will detach and operate independently. Like the ISS, the station will have a crew and serve as a research lab. As a comfort from home, it will also have Wi-fi. View this post on Instagram “The company Axiom focuses on space research and trying to find solutions to democratize space. I’m thrilled to take part in this project by working on the first commercial space station. Space is the intelligence of the future.” Ph.S @axiom.space @ISS @NASA #democratizingspace #future #innovate #spacetravel #axiom #philippestarck A post shared by STARCK (@starck) on Jan 29, 2020 at 9:00am PST Inside, Starck designed the modules to look like “a nest, a comfortable and friendly egg”. Each module has large windows to take in views of Earth and space. The padded walls have hundreds of nano-LEDs that change colour, plus embedded touch screens and handles. Supplies match the aesthetic of the modules. Starck says the design will “feature materials and colours stemmed from a fetal universe”. View this post on Instagram Our private expeditions will allow travelers to participate in science, industry and the arts, from an unprecedented, life-changing perspective of our planet. Combined with our creative partnership with @starck, passengers will be first to experience the "final frontier" of luxury, design and travel. Read more about private astronauts’ life-changing experiences and Philippe Starck’s bold designs from @elitetraveler *link in bio* A post shared by Axiom Space (@axiom.space) on Jun 19, 2018 at 7:30am PDT “Our goal was not to create a copy of life on Earth but to create the best environment for human beings in this infinite territory,” Starck told Architectural Digest . Starck also talked about the possibilities for new design principles in this new environment. “Life on Earth is held down by gravity, but life in space is a multidirectional freedom: There is no horizontal, no vertical, even no diagonal.” This article originally appeared on Business Insider . Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .