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Core 77 Design Awards 2016, Speculative Design Runner Up, Mars Ice House, SEArch in collaboration with CloudsAO, June 2016

Architizer A+ Awards, Architecture & 3D Printing, Jury Prize, Mars Ice House, SEArch in collaboration with CloudsAO, April 2016

NASA/America Makes Centennial Challenge for a 3D Printed Habitat, 1st Place, Mars Ice House, SEArch in collaboration with CloudsAO, Sept 2016




Mars. The Conquest of a Dream, Espacio Fundacion Telefonica, Madrid:  

Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine, Vitra Design Museum & MAK Vienna

The Universe and Art, Mori Art Museum and ArtScience Museum Singapore, July 2016 - January 2017

Space Week, Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, Pratt xHab Mars Transit Habitat, July 2016




"Mars Ice House: Design within and for Extreme Environments", Innovative Cities Forum (Mori Building Co.), Melodie Yashar et al., October 2016

"Mars Ice House: A New Habitat for the Exploration of Mars", GenSpace, Kelsey Lents et. al., December 2015

"Mars Ice House", Visualized Conference, Michael Morris, Fall 2015

“Why NASA Needs Designers”, Alumni Day, Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman, Pratt Institute, Sept 2016,

“Super Sensing in Smart Textiles”, Super Sensing Forum, Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman, University of Tokyo,  March 2016

“Pratt Wearable Technology Research Project Presentations”, NASA Wearable Technology Symposium, Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman, Johnson Space Center, Houston Texas, April 2016, 2015, 2014


Papers & Conferences


"Martian Ice Habitats: Additive Approaches to Additive Manufacturing in H2O Beyond Mars Ice House", AIAA Space Conference, Christina Ciardullo, Long Beach 2016

"Mars Ice House: Using the Physics of Phase change to 3D Print with H2O", International Conference on Environmental Systems, Christina Ciardullo, Vienna 2016

"Improvement of Habitability through the Development and Use of Passive and Active Habitability Assessment Tools", in collaboration with NASA Johnson Space Center Habitability Design Center, Michael Morris & Yoshiko Sato

"Minimum Acceptable Net Habitable Volume for Long-Duration Exploration Missions", Subject Matter Expert Consensus Session Report, NASA Human Research Program, NASA Johnson Space Center, Michael Morris, April 2015