I was chosen as a finalist in the 2014 RSA Student Awards scheme for the ‘Future Workplace’ brief; one of eight to present their projects to the committee as part of a national competition.
For my final project at Plymouth University, I used the opportunity to analyse the potential avenues that civilisation may take in the future. By considering socioeconomic issues, government projections and predicted technological advancements I wanted to create and capture a picture of the lives that individuals in the year 2050 might be living.
The project took an interesting direction when I discovered the space travel potential and how it will become more of a necessity than a research opportunity. In a relatively new founded peace on Earth, the PFSA (Planetary Federal Space Agency): space agencies from China, India, Europe, America and Russia will work together to create the PFSA 1. This is a microcosm to exploit the abundance of Helium -3, iron, the possibilities of low gravity manufacturing and testing a working closed society.
For more information on how the inner-workings of the PFSA 1 would work, please download the LUNAR portfolio by clicking on the logo.