Approach

Human-centered design for future mobility.

Space travelers today are highly-skilled astronauts trained to adapt and live in space. The longer voyages of our future will carry newcomers who will need a new and better experience that expertly balances survival and happiness. We believe there are three key drivers for sustaining happiness while living and working in space.

The priority of any current mission is the provision of basic needs to sustain the life and safety of astronauts. But surviving is not the same as living. Lesser trained travelers will need an experience that confidently delivers the humanity we require.

People find a sense of belonging through friendship, intimacy, and a familial sense of connection. Interpersonal connection is primary to our self-esteem; a high self-esteem leads to greater happiness that would allow passengers to better endure a long haul journey in outer space. New technology will enable communication between Earth and space to create the connections humans naturally crave.

People are becoming increasingly aware of the role of our surroundings—the built environment in which we live, learn, and work—play in their sense of wellbeing. A wellness-focused interior design that evokes feelings of happiness, comfort, and safety will positively influence future space travelers' physical and mental health.

Bedroom Suites

Making sense of space and time

The Green Wall

Reconnecting with nature to nurture

Multi-Purpose Space

Creating community through connection

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