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Creating the products and processes to build

with Mars and Space materials


Made of mars design

We want to put the Journey to Mars in your hands by transforming basalt fabric into products that you can hold today.

Design is a core component of Made of Mars. We want to create products that are beautiful and functional - products that inspire a future beyond Earth.


Made of Mars product prototypes, feature basalt fabric paneling

Design Partners

Design Partners

Made of Mars is partnering with designers and a variety of makers to develop high-quality products out of the materials of Space.


Meet KtY - a creative technologist and hardware prototyper focused on programmable clothing, computational textiles and wearable devices.

Kitty recently collaborated with Made of Mars to incorporate basaltic fabrics into her futuristic designs.

Kitty documented her process on the her blog, which includes many beautiful photos of basalt transforming into products that we can use today.

Noah Christian’s world is a universe full of reflective lights (colorful ideas and creations) inspired by the Japanese martial arts and astronomy, mixed with his unique view in fashion. Noah Christian’s creations went through a deeply creative process and unique moulage techniques and patterns.

Noah is working to merge the natural beauty of basaltic fabrics into the high fashion world of accessories to connect to the materials of our past and future.


Noah's bags feature the golden sheen of basaltic fabrics, made straight from the rocks of volcanoes. Erupting lavas were transformed into thin threads and woven together to create these glassy patterns. These eco-friendly fabrics are made directly from the Earth and are our ticket to exploring beyond.


Made of Mars is using these same fabrics to develop the technology to build cities on Mars, the Moon and Asteroids throughout the solar system. These fabrics are among the only known that can be locally sourced on other worlds. With these bags you can put the Journey to Mars in your hands!

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