In 2024 humans will land on the Moon again
The two Danish Space Architects, Sebastian and Karl-Johan, have spent almost a year designing and building the LUNARK habitat to live in it for two months in the very first Moon Analogue habitat in the Arctic, Greenland.
Isolated and confined in one of the harshest climates on Earth, they will endure -30°C, hurricane winds, and hungry polar bears.
In the past year, they’ve established SAGA Space Architects and won several awards for their work. Now, they are doing their most ambitious project yet.MEET THE TEAM
"The LUNARK mission is an admirably ambitious project and a refreshing technology demonstrator of what the future Lunar Habitat might look like. The project promotes important innovation and research for aerospace."
- Kristian Pedersen,
Director DTU Space
Well-being and indoor climate playes a crucial role in our habitat architecture. Read more about our thoughts on well-being and climate impact of the project.READ MORE