we aim to make the mindset and methods used within
accessible to all.
by talking and writing about futures thinking, futures literacy and the power of desirable futures.
teams to harness the mindset and methods of futures thinking in playful workshops or hands-on projects.
participatory projects to envision, prototype and ultimately shape desirable futures.
teams throughout their learning journeys and provide guidance during applied futures thinking projects.
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Viajando al [futuro]
Envisioning desirable futures of tourism in Spain with 50+ tourism stakeholders in the regions of the Canary Islands, Donostia-San Sebastián and the Laciana Valley.
A collection of quick and dirty method ‘snacks’, providing practical insights into futures thinking for the working context in digital interactive 1-hour sessions.
Futures Probes of [...]
A collection of desirable futures on specific topics, sampled via a digital futures questionnaire probing into the fears and desires of different people from around the globe.
Futures of education
Imagining the futures of a school in a co-creative utopia workshop with over 100 teachers, students and parents.
A speculative design project that extrapolates emerging technologies into (im)possible futures and tells their stories via comics, texts, audios and lecture performances.
Imagining future tourism jobs
A series of futuring workshops for young people on sustainable tourism: Together, students explored different futures of tourism and the jobs they might require.
Images of the future and futures studies
A book publication on the scientific enquiry, critical reflection, practical use and visualisation of images of the future, in collaboration with Dr. Reinhold Popp.
Futures of Reproduction Lab
A futures literacy workshop to reveal deeply anchored assumptions, reframe futures and discuss emerging questions – on the topic of
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