Australian Space Architecture Challenge

(Students & Graduates)

Moon to Mars 2069.

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Andy Thomas Centre for Space Resources (ATCSR) brings you the first Australian Space Architecture Challenge! 

This competition is not limited to architects; it is a call to all those who dream about human presence in deep space. You are encouraged to play at the boundaries of reality and imagination, and contribute your vision to the future of human habitation on the Moon in the year 2069.

The 2024 challenge is open to Next-Gen visionaries (Students & Graduates) and is free to enter. There is $6000 in cash and many other prizes to be won. Plus, the winning entries will be featured at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Milan, Italy.

Information session

Q&A held on 15 June.

Registrations for the 2024 Australian Space Architecture Challenge are now closed. Please select from the options below to learn more about the competition and outcomes for this year.


First prize: $3000 + other rewards
Second prize: $2000 + other rewards
Third prize: $1000 + other rewards

Winners will be announced here at the end of the challenge. 

Our partners

Government partners

South Australian Space Industry Centre logo
Australian Govt logo
Australian Space Agency logo

Industry partners

Space Architecture Lab (SAL) logo
Grieve Gillett Architects logo
Astroport Space Technologies logo

Supporting partners

Mini Mammoth Games logo
arch_manu logo
hex logo

Contact us

Dr Amit Srivastava

Head, Lunar Architecture Research Group (LARG)
Founder and Chair, Australian Space Architecture Challenge

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