WE ARE A TEAM COMMITTED TO FURTHER BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN HUMANITY AND OUTER SPACE !
AAKA Space Studio, led by founder and award-winning architect Aastha Kacha, is an international Space Architecture firm with a core focus on designing, building and testing human-centric habitats for extreme climatic territories, space missions and Lunar and Martian expeditions.
We took our first step towards space in 2021, with a team of inspired and passion-driven individuals who believe in finding the pathway from impossible to possible by learning, evolving and addressing the fundamental question of our existence. AAKA aims to spread the word of Space Architecture to students and professionals alike - as Asia and Canada’s first Space Architectural Firm.
AAKA AT A GLANCE
STUDENTS TRAINED IN OUR CERTIFIED COURSES
COUNTRIES WE WORK WITH
PROJECTS ACROSS THE WORLD
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE ACROSS OUR TEAM
Is an award space architect who aims to develop the next generations of space habitats accompanied by affordable building solutions using deployable origami. She has received several prestigious awards like Global Icon Award - India's youngest Icon in Space Architecture, President Honor Award, Innovative Category Selection- Mangala (The Martian Habitat), "Lunar Base contract Award" from NASA Space Academy, Aviation Champion award, Top Women in Aviation on LinkedIn, was nominated in Forbed30under30 and other International and National accolades in design. Edifying the Ted Talk on Space Architecture and Application of Artificial Intelligence in Space Architecture three times. She is also a member of the Space Architecture Technical Committee (SATC) and Architectural Concept Developer at Mars Society of Canada.
Is an industrialist in the making - at 20 he launched his first solo construction project Highway Hari ( A 3 star property). Within 2 years, at 22 he set his eyes on and set up a 2500MT/annum bromine plant. He is fully involved in the family’s industrial salt busines and is actively supporting AAKA SPACE STUDIO with
Is a space architect and a lighting designer. He has worked with lighting designers of the International Space Station (ISS), and on low-earth orbit habitat to lunar habitat. He has made significant contributions in the field of space architecture through his architectural expertise and well being of crew members in a space habitat.
How do we do it?
Discovering and defining the problem
Developing of the idea prior to creation
Identifying the challenge
Drawing the path