ISS: Architecture Beyond Earth book review
David Nixon's mighty book International Space Station: Architecture Beyond Earth (Circa) is stuffed with information and stunning images. And it asks if the ISS meets Vitruvius' ancient principals of architecture. My review has answers + ponders the eventual ISS fate.
Blueprint 347 July 2016/ designcurial September 2016
An epic show at London's Science Museum about the Soviet space program, reviewed.
'From Russian avant-garde to priceless spacecraft relics and stirring graphics from days that were never more heroic, this is a cosmic parade'
Blueprint / designcurial November/December 2015
52 years after she became the first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova came to London, to be reunited with her Vostok capsule. And she had same stories to tell!
Journal of Wild Culture October 2015
As NASA's New Horizons passes Pluto, we've stepped through the door into a strange new realm called the Kuiper Belt. Out there is a deep freeze of not just new worlds, but also simmering issues —
including perhaps even our very origins. To help clarify things, I imagine a large dining table to map it all out.
Journal of Wild Culture July 2015
Roadmap to the Stars
First, we take the Solar System! How humanity could colonise the galaxy... but what is to be human anyway? Come on a trip to an ultimate destiny...
uncube magazine no 19: the Space issue March 2014
Chariklo's rings, and what their discoverers say...
Journal of Wild Culture March 2014