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Italian architect Arturo Vittori and Swiss architect Andreas Vogler form Architecture and Vision — and we have liftoff. Their prototype for a protective desert tent, part of MoMA's permanent collection, joins a roster of sci-fi constructions with real-life utility, including the inflatable Moon Base Two and a tourist space-plane. Their work is on exhibit at the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago through April 24 and at Swissnex in San Francisco April 30–May 20.

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Architecture+Vision. Background image based on: NASA/JPL-Caltech EXHIBIT Italian architect Arturo Vittori and Swiss architect Andreas Vogler form Architecture and Vision — and we have liftoff. Their prototype for a protective desert tent, part of MoMA's permanent collection, joins a roster of sci-fi constructions with real-life utility, including the inflatable Moon Base Two and a tourist space-plane. Their work is on exhibit at the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago through April 24 and at Swissnex in San Francisco April 30–May 20. architectureandvision.com