An innovative installation to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moonlanding.
A large-scale experience created to foster
love and reflection
on humanity’s responsibility to the Earth and to each other.
Astronauts say that looking back at Earth was the most profound and enlightening moment of their lives: a true awakening that we are all one family here on Earth and have a duty to preserve our precious planet above all.
The rest of us can’t have that profound experience. We only have access to low-resolution videos, still images, and artifacts in museums.
Real-time, true to life video of the universe via state-of-the-art projection technology
Lunar topography hides projectors, creating a seamless visual experience
Tribute The Astronauts of Apollo 11
50 years since Abbey Road
Parties New Moon Party
Film Festival Invited Directors
Special Events Opera, Ballet
Conferences The Future of Earth
Concerts such as Björk, Daft Punk
Fashion Show Tribute to the Space Age
Special Event Ticketing
Private Event Rental
Before you enter the first dome, you are given a headset and a brief instruction to follow the sounds… Inside the dome, your movement triggers the audio to change, creating an aural journey through the 1960’s.
You begin your travel to the Moon through a dark tunnel designed to clear your mind.
As you exit the tunnel, you are met with a raised terrain that you overcome to meet a vast lunar landscape… You enter an immersive space, a Moon on Earth. A journey of moral and spiritual significance that gives visitors a new outlook and reawakens the drive to protect our planet.
When you are ready to return to Earth, you proceed to the lunar module that conceals the exit.
A white tunnel guides you to the open field outside.
You emerge onto a green, open space where people are contemplating and enjoying the present moment.
Finally, you enter the last dome to experience a high-resolution 360 degree projection of natural vignettes from all over the globe. Visitors control the projections by choosing one of hundreds of points programmed in the Lookback app, showcasing the beauty of our planet.