Spherica utilizes space material to envision our future in space. It is a design element, bringing interstellar to various creations, from artworks to luxury. As far as your imagination goes. It is an act of expressing feelings, thoughts, and observations.
Behind the elegance of every Stellar Milieux sphere is a profound level of craftsmanship. Using a technique developed by Ana with the help of the best glassblowing master in Europe, the carefully selected meteoritic fragment of the Moon is placed inside a high-quality glass sphere. Each Spherica is handcrafted individually.
Upload stuff to the Moon! We have developed a machine-learning algorithm recognising Spherica and activating augmented reality taking you out of this world. The learning process was fun, and the app is getting better and better.
Spherica directly funds space research. Encouraging the young to stay authentic by giving them the opportunity to continue with their independent research. Through the exploration of the universe, we explore ourselves.
The lunar surface is fully exposed to outer space due to the absence of the atmosphere. When large asteroids hit the Moon, the collision causes lunar material to lift and disperse. The impact has to be forceful enough in order for lunar rocks to reach the Moon’s escape velocity and make it to outer space. The minimum particle speed required for this to happen is 2.38 km/s. Once the material escapes the Moon’s gravity, rock fragments are captured by the gravitational fields of either the Earth or the Sun. When such fragments fall on the Earth, they are called lunar meteorites.
We are heading where space material came from. The journey starts way before the Earth's orbit. In literature, nature, music, design, art, science. Everywhere. Outer space is to be explored with curiosity and open-mindedness.
Special edition Moon-themed products embedding meteoritic fragment of the Moon. Individual designs are limited to the number of pieces needed for prearranged space project to be funded. Each new Moon brings a fresh collection and a new science project. Are you ready for space?