Cape Town Exhibition
Celebrating 50 years of peaceful space exploration at the 62nd International Astronomical Congress in Capetown, the NASA theater revealed specific glimpses into the extraordinary accomplishments of space flight.
Two major voids sliced through the white NASA cubes and were filled with large space images. The general form was inspired by the standard aerospace buildings, which are where these space crafts are created. Graphics emphasized the scale of discovery, and cut-outs featured NASA’s greatest hits: Mars Rover, Hubble Telescope, Saturn, International Space Station and more. Space mission posters were displayed inside, and a massive close-up of the moon on the outside wall called attention to an actual moon rock sample.