Our short essay describes our design futurescaping tools and methods, grounded in examples from our projects ‘Little Brinkland’ and ‘Power of 8’.
This paper describes the strategies we used in our Power of 8 project — including maps, montage and storytelling — to develop concepts, visualise proposals and materialise ‘future artefacts’ during the project.
A future visioning project to identify innovation opportunities for integrated city systems which would lead to inclusive, richer urban experiences for partially sighted people and their families.
For Project LiloRann (‘Green Desert’), we are devising a set of toolkits that will create ‘positive tipping points’ to combat environmental degradation in the deserts of North India.
Some of our early work on ‘Design Futurescaping’ at LIFT, Geneva, 2009.
Produced in concert with the RCA’s Helen Hamlyn Centre, Little Brinkland was a spatial exploration of the future of work.
Yellow Chair Stories was an experiment in service design, demonstrating how identity and personal space can be affected by interminglings of the physical and the virtual.