Global climate change. Artificial intelligences. Disorienting new ideas about our physical environment, our data, our energy systems, and our biology.
How will our human identity evolve in relation to radical new understandings? Have you considered your own position in this changing world, and what can be done?
Populations are rising and technologies are spreading; we navigate a changing urban fabric.
Autonomous and intelligent infrastructures. Complex logistics networks. Dynamic social landscapes. How will new visions of the connected city impact our everyday lives?
We’re moving beyond our old ideas of sustainability into new ideas of constant regeneration. .
Vibrant ecosystems of creation. Advanced material processes. Continual reuse and repurposing of elements. How can our production methods incorporate ideas of renewal, restoration, and healthy growth?
Philosophers like to ask: what makes a good life? Reimagined healthcare systems. New visions of healing, beyond efficiency.
Human-powered wholeness. It’s not just about traditional ideas of health, it’s about making sure that people are happy with their lives. How can we best support human flourishing and welfare?
We live in a visual culture, but remember that we also have our ears and our hands. Touch and sound. Presence and weight.
Branching out from our visually overloaded domain into more visceral sensing and feeling. How can we design our connected world more holistically, with strong and enriching sensory experiences?