Space Age Design

Space Age Design of the 1960s and 70s personified the intersection between life and science as a way to calm fears of new technology. Responding to the Space Race, designers introduced innovation with optimism as the New Frontier became part of material and visual culture. Mass-produced objects ranging from chairs, dresses, and dinnerware captured the popularity of outer space. The mainstream and consumable forms were similar to the Atomic Age Designs earlier, but added a sense of enthusiasm and certainty.


Visiona 2

Verner Panton

Oculus Chair

Hans Wegner

Panton Chair

Verner Panton

Egg Chair

Arne Jacobsen

Tulip Chair

Eero Saarinen

Cabriolet Bed

Joe Colombo

Componibili Storage Unit

Anna Castelli Ferrieri


Cédric and Nicolas Hervet

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Our spaces are reflections of who we have been, who we are, and who we are becoming. We believe that the objects we surround ourselves with have meaningful impact on the lives we lead, and it is our mission to empower people to find and experiment with objects that move them, resourcefully, sustainably, and freely.