In deepest Greenland the arid landscape stretches out, unchanging, for what looks like hundreds of miles. Hungry polar bears stalk the icy landscape, unforgiving winds blow at -30°C… and two Danes bundled in thick coats build an origami-inspired structure in the snow. The young architects from SAGA Space Architects, Karl-Johan Sørensen and Sebastian Aristotelis, spent three months of profound isolation pushing technology — and human tenacity — into new frontiers.
For the groundbreaking Lunark mission, the SAGA team used Lenovo technology for their remote home’s “brain” — dubbed Odin. Naturally, the Norse-named central PC had a fleet of sensors called “ravens” to collect data and keep the team thriving.
The mission was a resounding success. Read the stories below to share Sebastian and Karl’s simulation of life on the moon and explore the technology making it possible.