Space furniture

Spotted by Jana Rudnik

Italian furniture brand Driade has worked with Studio Nucleo to transform some of its most iconic pieces into 3D-printed versions fit for future life on the moon. In the lead up to the 50-year-anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Driade has collaborated with Italian writer Gianluigi Ricuperati – asking him what will outdoor design look like on the moon? He tasked Studio Nucleo – a group of artists and designers from Turin led by Piergiorio Robino – with reinterpreting four of Driade's bestselling designs by Philippe Starck, Naoto Fukusawa and Italian artist and furniture designer Enzo Mari. The installation is described by Driade as "a visionary project which looks to the future to celebrate the history of the Driade brand and offers an interpretation of what home spaces may look like in 2068 in an alien context."