Our mission

Humankind may only have a short window of 50 years to become a space-fairing civilization, after which time the opportunity to do so may become too difficult or impractical to pursue.

Considering natural events, available energies, and human tendencies, the timing to make the most effective effort to achieve multi-planet status is now, before momentum is lost and we become distracted by changing energy economies.*

*Scott Howe, Senior Systems Engineer at NASA JPL.

Human-centered design is now

Space crews will need to co-exist with each other and perform a wide variety of challenging operations in a relatively low-volume habitat for months or years at a time.

To maximize efficiencies with the flexibility to reconfigure, repurpose, or utilize space for multiple functions of the habitat, our goal is to optimize crew performance while maintaining crew privacy provisions, two essential elements of spacecraft habitat designs.

Our vision

Our vision is to accelerate the transition from multi-species planet to multi-planetary species and make it smooth.

According to NASA, crew behavioral health is the second biggest risk (after radiation) in human access to space, meaning that even a little chance of a conflict can jeopardize an entire space mission, potentially slowing down or even not continuing colonization of space. Since environments affect our mood, human-centered design plays a crucial role in the New Space Age.

We are pioneering the movement of being efficient in space missions and at the same time, fostering  wellbeing of space explorers through architectural design for a smooth transition to post-humanity.

We are taking small but frequent steps towards our vision. We believe in the early days of settlement and expansion, lightweight, compact and ever-changing solutions to support long missions are crucial in quickly establishing a new planet society with scarce resources.

We are practical dreamers backed by expertise in the aerospace industry.

Founder & CEO

Anastasia Prosina

Principal Data Science Engineer

Ian Knight

Space Policy & Government Relations Specialist

Mackenzie Hutcheson

Soft Goods Engineer

Halle Lowe

Our team

Health Tech Advisor

Shahid Azim

Strategic Advisor

Kriss Kennedy

Strategic Advisor

James Ehrhart

Our advisors

Past members

Daniil Iakovlev, Joshua Dunham, Nicole Chase, Riccardo Gatti, Halen Mattison, David Gabriel, Maharshi Bhattacharya, Suzana Bianco, Jan-Michael Rossman, Daniel Inocente, Halle Low, Robert Salazar, Mackenzie Hutcheson


Samuel Binkin, Ryan Watson, Riccardo Gatti, Cole Heinbaugh, Simon Atkins, Dalal Elsheikh, Eden Winga, Brenda Williamson, Adam Čtverák, Waheedah Akberzie, Kyle Meyers.

What people say about our work

"[Their works] make a unique blend of innovation and practicality."

- Dan goods, visual strategist at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory

"... their work on the navigation system for AstroAccess mission is insightful and fundamental, not only for space environment but for blind user accessibility everywhere."

- Sina Bahram, accessibility consultant for California Science Center, MOMA and other museums