This spring, the V&A Museum will discover the ability of design in shaping the arena of the next day to come in its exhibition: The Future Starts Here, and some of the initiatives showcased will Lavazza’s ISSpresso gadget.

The ISSpresso, a capsule-based gadget designed via Argotec and Lavazza, shall be one among 100 initiatives mentioned to be shaping the arena of the next day to come. The gadget is alleged to permit astronauts at the International Space Station to revel in coffee in a state of gravity.

From portraits of Chelsea Manning generated via her DNA, a rechargeable blouse which

can energy a smartphone, gadgets published via the arena’s first 0 gravity printer, to an international

seed financial institution to stop lack of plant species within the match of a disaster, The Future Starts Here targets to carry in combination ground-breaking applied sciences and designs these days in building in studios and laboratories around the globe.

Tristram Hunt, director of the V&A, mentioned: “From the very beginning, the V&A has championed pioneering art, science, design and technology. Now in the midst of the digital revolution, this eagerly anticipated exhibition delves into our fast-accelerating future of artificial intelligence, synthetic biology and space exploration. The V&A is taking live experiments about our future society from the studio and lab into the museum. This is the first major exhibition produced by our design, architecture and digital department, and revives our founding principle to forefront cutting-edge art and design.”