11.06.18 - Design

Axiom Space Station's crew quarter habitation module (Axiom Space)

Guided by the vision of a thriving home in space that benefits every human, everywhere, Axiom Space is building and operating the world’s first commercial space station to improve life on Earth and foster possibilities beyond it.

NASA selected Axiom in January 2020 to attach its privately developed modules to the International Space Station (ISS).

Philippe Starck was asked by Axiom to create the crew quarters, which are inside the habitation module for the Axiom Space Station. 

Starck’s vision was to create a nest, a comfortable and friendly egg, which would feature materials and colors stemming from a fetal universe. The walls are sprinkled with hundreds of nano-Leds with changing colors as a continuation to the view of the universe through the large windows. Just as all the shades of lights and colors of day and night, the egg will also live to the mood and biorhythm of its osmotic inhabitant.

More information on: www.axiomspace.com

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