Designed by AI SpaceFactory, MARSHA is a 3D-printed Mars habitat with windows, multiple floors, private rooms, and even a skylight. It recently took home the grand prize in NASA’s 3-D Printed Habitat Challenge, and the initial prototype, which took 30-hours to complete from start to finish, is only a third of the size that will eventually make it to the Red Planet. Now, the makers of this award-winning habitat want to offer you a chance to experience living in a similar structure right here on Earth, called TERA.
Put simply, it’s essentially a high-tech, luxe, green eco-home that’s available on a nightly basis for anyone wanting a glimpse into the future of sustainable life on and beyond our planet. The structure itself is created with space-grade technologies and materials that were developed for long-term sustainable missions on Mars.
Unlike other homes, TERA is 3-D printed from plants / minerals found in abundance on Earth and fitted with the most advanced technological, smart and eco-friendly products. It’s located on acres of undisturbed nature just 1.5 hours by train from NYC, providing guests a quiet appreciation of Earth while offering a glimpse into life on a new planet. Indiegogo page.