UN RESEAU SCIENTIFIQUE
AU SERVICE DE L'INNOVATION COLLECTIVE EN ARCHITECTURE

NEWSPACE 2060 INTERNATIONAL MOON PITCH COMPETITION 2018


Cet appel à manifestation d'Intérêt ouvert aux jeunes entreprises innovantes et aux start-ups intéressées par le programme "NewSpace 2060". En partenariat avec l'association Moon Village et pour célébrer UNISPACE50+, le concours international "NewSpace 2060" souhaite collecter des idées originales en faveur de la création du futur Village sur la Lune. 


Le RST ARCHES soutient cette initiative et a octroyé un prix exaequo à :

  • Karl-Johan Sørensen et  Sebastian Aristotelis pour CIRCADIAN LUNAR HOME 
  • Kyunghwan KIM pour LUNAR CO-HABtraitant de la question de l'habitat lunaire. 

Les critères retenus étaient les suivants : qualités architecturales et techniques, qualité scientifique ou pédagogique, reproductibilité et applicabilité sur Terre de la proposition. Le prix "RST ARCHES" est attribué sans condition d'âge, de sexe, de religion, d'origine, à un auteur nominalement nommé ou à une équipe. Ce prix est délivré par le RST ARCHES et la Fondation F INICIATIVAS.


7 Mentions Spéciales ont également été délivrées à :

  • CORE TEAM PROJECT
  • John C. Mankins pour le projet "HOTEL LUMINOS"
  • Luciana Tenorio
  • Madhu Thangavelu et David Schrunk
  • Julio Orta et Mauricio Mastropiero
  • Monika Lipinska
  • Sanna Sarkama

Le Jury du prix "ARCHES 2018" était composé de :

CIRCADIAN LUNAR HOME

We believe that in order for humans to explore space we must make habitats where humans can thrive, not just survive. Inspired by the mobius strip, our idea is an unfoldable habitat that through clever architecture extracts the most excitement out of a very compact volume. It is a proposal that solves issues of circadian disruption in the early stages of the Moon Village. We are two architects from Denmark who want to challenge the status quo of space habitats through a socially and technologically sustainable approach.

LUNAR COHAB


Hybrid facade system for a self-sustainable Moon surface habitat /The idea of the hybrid facade with self-sustainability was started by a question of a living skin that breathes with its inhabitants. The skin with microalgae is therefore functional by taking wastes (CO2, wasted water, etc.) from inhabitants. Then, it gives back clean water, oxygen, bioenergies and foods to the occupants. Against radiation, water is a good material to protect it, but also good for the fenestration of the light inside. In particular, in a part where there is no sun, eternally like a crater, the water freezes. Therefore, this solid material can use as a construction material. In this project, I tried to respond to many of lunar constraints for the human life by using current available technologies. Making a livable habitat on the Moon and Mars is no longer the futuristic idea of science fiction. This will be another challenge and will give a possibility and inspiration for a new architecture. I hope that the new facade idea that creates energies and biological resources for its inhabitants can evolve further in another way in near future. This project will need more coorperations with exports of texture and robotic engineer.