ORBITAL AND SPACE ARCHITECTURE (30/09/2022 - 31/10/22)

 

 

Description 

On 1961, Yuri Gagarin the first human being finished one orbit around the Earth and marked the first step of human exposure to the space environment. Within half a century we built several space stations like Mir, Skylab, and International Space Stations (ISS) for advancement in our microgravity, physiology, and space human habitation. With the commercialization of the space sector and the development of advanced rocketry technologies, space stations are evolving to be a part of space tourism and space manufacturing. 

In this Orbital and Space Architecture Workshop, you would learn about space mission design, building mission architecture, and space architectural technologies in depth to build orbital habitats from scratch under our expert’s guidance

Duration - 1 Month

Credit Hours - 40 

Fees - 200 CAD 

 

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WORKSHOPS

ABOUT 

The newly emerging discipline of Space Architecture transcends Architecture and Space. AAKA offers a dynamic juxtaposition between Art, Architecture, Space Mission, Interactive Environment, and Human-Centered Designing Strategies. A glimpse into this flourishing industry of Space Architecture infusing all the future possibilities in accordance with present technologies and visions. This workshop anticipates the young minds to seek an abode beyond Earth by inculcating Studio Based Learning methods. This workshop is highly recommended for Architects, Interior designers, Engineers, Students, or any space enthusiast irrespective of age. 

                                                                                    STUDENTS TRAINED 200 + | COLLABORATIONS 10+  | COUNTRIES 10+ 

A certificate on completion of the course to add to your credits in learnings from the workshop. A chance to be sponsored to have your scalable design prototype printed in 3D and showcase in our exhibitions. 

Learn directly from the leading industry expert.

                                                                         

    

 

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1A HUMAN SPACE MISSION

1B GEOMORPHOLOGY

Understanding the basics of topography by an analysis on the existing craters and their site, so as to locate the most preferred landing location and settlements.

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1C METAPHYSICAL MASSING

1D ANTHROPOMETRY

1E HABITAT SCHEMATIC 

1F ART BUILDING 

Articulating a conceptual form by an in depth examination of volume and density calculation. With the preliminary studies and assessment, bringing about a visionary draft.

Extrapolating human behavior in space and extraterrestrial environments. Shaping  a human centered design, by bridging the gap between antro-centricity and eco-centricity. ​

Study and design for the correct material selection and production for the floor plans to define human towards habitat interactions and functions it would cater to.

Preparing post production visuals and presentation supporting the concept  of space habitats design, and execution, marking the completion of your first step in the Space Industry.

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR  2022

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LUNAR ARCHITECTURE (UPCOMING OCTOBER)

 

 

Description 

 

It’s time to take the first step toward becoming a multi-planetary species and build a lunar infrastructure after almost 50 years of landing on the moon. Within a decade NASA, ISRO, CSA, and ISRO, have plans to land humans on the moon to explore and take part in the vast Lunar economy of 1 billion USD. We have stepped on the moon with Saturn V by NASA in Apollo Missions, now we are ready with advanced RS-25 in Space Launch System (SLS) by NASA and Starship HLS by SpaceX to achieve our goals. We already have learned through the experiences of Apollo astronauts, about the challenges of lunar environments.

In this Lunar Architecture Workshop, you would learn space habitation strategies with deployable structures for intermediate habitation and 3D printing of lunar regolith to build permanent Lunar habitat using ISRU (In-Situ Resource Utilization), Advanced Computational Tools, and all Emerging Technologies

Duration - 15 Days 

Credit Hours - 20  

Fees - 100 CAD 

 

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MARS ARCHITECTURE (UPCOMING OCTOBER)

 

 

Description 

Ever since Mars was discovered as a star-like object in the night sky, humans have been on a quest to learn what it can teach us about the planet's growth and evolution. Mars, envisaged to be the next home to humans, takes about 6-months to travel while the shortest crewed mission is usually of  2.5 years duration. The latest technologies such as, raptor engines and in-orbit re-fueling would make the route to Mars feasible but requires combat against space environmental challenges. Through the eyes of an architect looking for human-centered design solutions, this workshop takes a deep look at the new vocabulary of architecture that is created due to the harsh environmental conditions on Mars leading to designing long-duration mission architecture. The workshop also encompasses the problems that Mars presents, with the goal of creating good spatial qualities that improve human psychology in terms of light, tactility, and sequencing

Duration - 15 Days

Credit Hours - 20  

Fees - 100 CAD 

 

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Identification of the purpose of Space Mission through mission analysis, payload insights, and design along the crew operation approach.

HEAR OUR ALUMNI ! 

"An opportunity to learn how to design a space structure including teamwork process"
                                                                         - Lekshmi R Nair, College of Engineering
                                                     
The session elaborated on the possibility of extra terrestrial civilization and the methods employed for the habitation in other planets. This session has helped me in understanding the possibility of survival in other parts of the universe. Apart from that, in long term, it would help the scientific community to make a revolution in space exploration.                                                                                                                                      Aditya Gupta, Cept 
                                                     
Got more valuable ideas about space technology and habitat in space. The speakers was nicely presented the class. Volunteers helped us to follow the class without any issues.                                                                                                                                                                                   - Malavika Binnu. Cept University
                                                     
Got more valuable ideas about space technology and habitat in space. The speakers was nicely presented the class. Volunteers helped us to follow the class without any issues.                                                                                                                                                                              -Malavika Binnu.                                    Cept University
                                                     
Gained knowledge about architecture science in space and their problems and got clarity about space crafts and more information that i confused in my past

-Ganesh, Satya Institute

 
Gained the profit of using Autocad and got the knowledge of habitat at space and problem solving skills

- Harsha Hari, Jawaharlal Institute
I was able to learn a lot about space and the suggestions provided for our project were extremely valuable

-Niveditha, Amity University
The workshop was really useful and productive and paved the way for space exploration.

-Raj, Christ University