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'Moving To Mars' at the Design Museum

COMMUNITY / November 01, 2019

We’re proud to be exhibiting pieces at the multi-sensory 'Moving to Mars' exhibition at the Design Museum in London.
'Moving To Mars' at the Design Museum

We’re proud to be exhibiting pieces from our SS20 NEW HORIZONS collection at the multi-sensory 'Moving to Mars' exhibition at the Design Museum in London.

Addressing key questions such as what life on Mars would look like, highlights include pieces RÆMADE from solar blankets and space parachutes. The exhibition also includes try-on RÆMADE pieces in an immersive full-scale Mars habitat, designed by leading international design practice HASSELL Studio as part of NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge.

"What we've really made for this exhibition is imagine what would RÆMADE on Mars look like. So all of the pieces that we've done for the exhibition actually are taken either from parachutes for example from when the vessels might actually be landing or the materials that the guys and girls would already have taken with them. So really it's a pragmatic take on make-do and mend on Mars."

Christopher Raeburn

The exhibition officially opened 18th October and will be open to the public until 23rd February 2020. To visit, and for more information, head over to Design Museum.

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