"We can't make mistakes in space. On a several-month-long mission with human participants, a lunar base has to provide continuous living conditions, so the system has to be tested so many times that the possibility of error can be excluded," said Dr. Gergely Paulinyi DLA, our firm’s President and CEO to the reporter of Hír TV.
At Hír TV’s programme, Radar, Dr. Gergely Paulinyi DLA and architect Roland Németh presented the plans of the space base designed by our firm.
"It is important that the building is created from materials found on the Moon, as a large-scale structure cannot be carried up with a space rocket, even the largest-capacity rocket can only carry 38 tons - Roland Németh explained the concept."
The interview reveals how such a building can withstand the extreme conditions on the Moon and how the building can be simulated here on Earth.