Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite launched by the Soviet Union in 1957, is considered to be the dawn of the space age. It had a beach ball appearance and was the inspiration for this lighting fixture.
One of many NASA spinoffs
The Seattle Space Needle, built in 1962, included elements of space exploration, scientific discovery, and futurism.
These ads from 1961 depict how Motorola envisioned the house of the future. You can read more about that here.
Some things that inspired me
The astronaut pictured here, Dr. Andrew Morgan, was born in Morgantown, WV, lived in and considers New Castle, Pa. home, and will be heading to the International Space Station in July. That’s inspiring!
In the Works
A sneak peek at the project construction. Check back in the near future to see the completed project or subscribe to the blog for email alerts. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for up to date progress photos!
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It’s the way of the future
The future of design doesn’t always necessarily mean futuristic design! Consider going green with your next project by recycling and reusing building materials, textiles, lighting fixtures, etc.
Be Kind to Mother Earth
Remember, it matters to someone.