Antoine Faddoul’s space travel projects combine multidisciplinary elements of architecture, archaeology, astronomy, natural sciences, history, art, mythology, and linguistics. He has lectured, written, and published dozens of papers and articles covering such areas. He believes in the need for a revolution in space travel through a mix of cosmic architecture, innovative economics, and future technologies.
Space architecture research and design including deep space travel, human aspects, and sustainability
Project Starship Gliina with compilation of one hundred aspects of design required for human deep space travel assessing sustainability and technology for current and future status
Member of the 100 Year Starship project strategic team for interstellar space travel
Covered various space topics including space economy, space tourism, astronomy, and space education
Currently working on doctoral studies in design and construction technology for extraordinary projects at the Polytechnic Institute at Purdue University
- 2002 MS in Construction Project Management
- 1996 Bachelor of Architecture