Envisioning the future
Designers are already adept at imagining the future for our world. But to ‘envision a future’ requires an insight into culture: we want to know what the future feels like. What will be the cultural ramifications of new technology? What is the perception of the next set of problems?research initiatives
C2A: Sustainable Living
Moving Design’s 2013 call to action focused on informing and transforming Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood to promote sustainable living. This community served as a model for others intent on improving quality of life, public safety and health, and community development across the city.
C2A: Bicycle Safety
This Summer 2011, Moving Design will initiate their next call to action around bicycle safety in Chicago. Focusing on Logan Square and transforming it into Chicago’s first hub for safe, active mobility, where pedestrians and bikers rule.
Moving Design facilitated a six-week workshop with 24 interdisciplinary University of Illinois students to research and imagine the digital book’s future potential as a tool for education and expression. How far can the digital book go?
Moving Design and Archeworks propose a new, permanent urban infrastructure where the activity of farming is the epicenter of urban culture called Garden Oriented Development, or G.O.D.
Moving Design invited 18 students from Northern Illinois University to define and visualize the story of our culture 10 years from now. What does the future look like? What does the future feel like?