Thank You!

We had a blast at the very first Made in Space – and hope you did too! And we can't thank you enough for helping make it a super-special event – and hope to see you again soon!

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Made in Space 2017

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Special thanks go to all our amazing speakers, workshop hosts, artists, volunteers and guests. We hope you feel as inspired as we do. Until next time 🚀

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Thursday

Day One: Welcome to Space!

Made in Space didn’t start slowly, as audiences got to grips with some of the key themes, including co-creation, co-living and open making. Among the highlights of day one were appearances by renowned artists and intellectuals like Indy Johar, Anton & Irene and Tomas Diez.

Thursday also saw the launch of SPACE10’s new magazine IMAGINE, which took place in the temporary space CLOUD9. In the evening, IRAH gave a beautiful live performance, and rRoxymore threw 4/4s in the Garage. Quite the start!

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Friday

Day Two: Alternative Food, AI, Smart Cities – and Plenty of Wine

Friday saw thought-provoking discussions about the future of food and the emergence of artificial intelligence, plus Liam Young’s audio-visual talk about the future of Smart Cities, which drew a big crowd at the S/H Theatre.

In the evening, guests gathered at CLOUD9 for a delicious biodynamic dinner, including plenty of natural wine, courtesy of Rosforth & Rosforth, while the talented musicians Coco O. and August Rosenbaum gave an unforgettable performance live on stage.

Rounding off the day were Danish prog rock group Værket and Australia’s Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda, who got everyone dancing.

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Saturday

Day Three: Future Cities, Open-Source Housing – and a Plant Dance

Made in Space ended with even more appearances by great speakers. Carlo Ratti gave an inspirational and much-anticipated talk about his work at MIT’s Senseable City Lab, Dr. Leyla Acaroglu discussed the link between design and sustainability, and Alastair Parvin explored open-source building and the democratisation of housing.

At night, the after-party exploded into a communal plant dance – the details of which you’ll have to wait to see!

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Feedback

How can we improve?

Though we were delighted with the first Made in Space, we’d love your feedback, so we can improve in the future. So don’t be shy! Let us know what you liked – or didn’t like – about Made in Space.

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