Using data from NASA, we worked with Selfridges to ask Londoners to imagine a life in space.
Tasked with creating a stunning window display for Selfridges, London, on the theme of imagination, we set our sights on the moon! We created a detailed, speculative architectural model of the lunar south pole, looking at what life might be like living off-earth.
Working with NASA topographic data, we were able to create a realistic scale model of the Shackleton crater south pole, accurate to the meter. Embedded within the landscape of the moon, buildings and vehicles hinted as a future existence where man has laid new foundations off
Accompanying the surface model, a number of detailed narratives were developed to tell the story of the moon in our extrapolated future. With this project, we wanted to explore not just how we might live on the moon, but also
From our extensive research, we discovered that the south pole of the