Making space feel like home
We design architecture for outer space with a focus on wellbeing inspired by the natural environment and human needs from an evolutionary point of view.
We make technology driven architecture, here for planet Earth, using state of the art tools and methods learned from working with space.
SAGA's next step on its roadmap to space is habitats under water. We've completed the first phase: building the smallest functional underwater habitat and tested successfully it at 7 meter depth in the Copenhagen Harbour for 48-hours.
The Circadian Light - Our lamp in space
The Circadian Light panel - A state-of-the-art lighting system and our first payload going to space. It is designed to improve sleep of astronauts by regulating their circadian rhythms, will be tested on the International Space Station later in 2023.
3D Printed Analog Habitat
The Rosenberg space habitat is designed using a mix of bio-mimickry and optimization algorithms to define the unique, natural shell which is the tallest 3D-printed polymerstructure with full single height pieces. It is designed to fit 6 in a SpaceX Starship payload.
LUNARK - Simulated Moon Habitat
"It's incredible to see the passion, drive, and innovation of the small SAGA team. I'm impressed with their meticulous work to promote the well-being of astronauts."
Astronaut at ESA
"SAGA Space Architects establishes a new generation of architects who break down traditional silos and barriers and conquer new territory for the architectural practice."
CEO of Danish Architecture Center
"[...] SAGA Space Architects; I want to say, you represent design at the highest level. Design that aims to make the world better."
Designer and Co-Founder of Airbnb