is a London based multidisciplinary designer, pushing the boundaries of materials, technology and scientific practices, to impact future designs. All that matters in her opinion is the right use of materials. To her it is about responsibly leading the future way in a rapidly evolving world.
considers herself as a Design Activist. Her work is based on in-depth research that focuses on social shortcomings and inequalities in society. Her interactive body of work, primarily consisting of design artifacts, is mainly inspired by low-tech and DIY culture.
is an experimental interdisciplinary designer exploring materiality at the intersection of digital and physical, as well as natural and synthetic. She started out as a zero-waste fashion designer and later developed her practice further using speculative design narratives with the aid of programming at Central Saint Martins. Her current project explores the social sustainability of emerging biometric technologies.
is a designer with a keen interest in visualising concepts that forecast ideas and encourage long-term thinking. In my work I question socio-cultural, ethical and environmental issues and enjoy being the communicator between issues relating to science, anthropology and design.
is a multidisciplinary designer exploring materiality at the intersection of science, technology and craft. Her background in material science and fashion led her to further develop her practice at Central Saint Martins’ Material Futures Program. She is currently investigating future interplanetary living and hopes to explore Mars one day.
is an experimental industrial designer exploring and designing for a better relationship with our planet. His work focuses on open and sustainable design that does not just affect how we consume, but how it could affect every-day social behaviour. His hands-on work approach leads him to explore various materialities around objects and ultimately is in search for a more sustainable future.
is a Designer and Researcher focused on the symbiotic relationship between technology and health. She delves into routines of culture and societal pressures surrounding technology and user. Her background includes co-starting a skincare range, Skinvolve.
is a material explorer and creative designer, based in London. She investigates unknown worlds where new ideas are shaped and engage in a variety of future application. Her interest and knowledge within the fields of science, social anthropology and craftsmanship helps her to build hybrid and sensitive approaches.
is a London-based designer who started her journey in the wonderful city of San Francisco. With a passion for materiality, places and spaces, her work revolves around environmental awareness and the future of the built environment.
Pauline Roques is a French London-based material designer and researcher with a passion for our natural world and its evolution. Drawing upon these inquires and predictions her vision is to use this knowledge to create progress in materials and technologies.
Her influences growing up in Toulouse on her father’s family farm and with her mother botanical/scientific insight led her to question humanities understanding of nature.