Future thinking. What are the big shifts that will influence the future and how to prepare for things to come?
Material. Future Fabrics, available sustainable textiles with a lower environmental footprint.
Living. Past and future visions of our homes can be found at Home Futures in the Design Museum in London.
Design. The theme of the 17th edition of DDW was 'If not us, then who?' a tribute to the role of designers to decide how the world will look like in the future.
Material. Graphene, the most promising new material for the past ten years.
Design. What to see at the Londen Design Festival? Our selection of must see exhibitions.
Mindset. A view on the changing values, lifestyles and ideas in China.
Future thinking. The State of Fashion exhibition was openend by the Fashion Colloquium, an international conference, discussing the future of fashion.
Future thinking. Our digital twin is more accurate and more us than we realise. The traces that we as humans leave behind on the web shapes a digital twin based on our data.
Product. Values in beauty are shifting, the focus is on health & beauty from within. When you take care of the inside, the outside will take care of itself.
Strategy. E-sports is a fast-growing industry. It may seem like a niche industry, but the numbers tell a different story.
Mindset. What we perceive as luxury is changing. Luxury is surplus, it is the extra's in a world of efficiency.
Strategy. Technological developments affect our way of working and this has a ripple effect on other area's of our lives as well.
Strategy. Innovate or fade. Innovation is a necessity, not a nice thing to have. What kind of physical space and freedom can brands give their teams to foster innovation and prepare for the future.