Conventional thinking about the future is linear, confined to narrow, “flashlight” views. Horizon Project workshops enable participants to see outside of these narrow beams by working from a future inspired by a hypothetical social, technological, economic or environmental condition.
At the end of the workshop, participants “look back from the future” to see how what has been proposed for the future can be made applicable to today’s conditions.
Horizon Project workshops have been conducted at among other locations, the Bremen, Germany Innovation Agency, the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City, the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, India and Tongi University in Shanghai, China.
"What-if" scenarios and demographic profiles of future clients, especially as pertains to financial resources and transactions in the 2020's.
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Exhibition and lecture on the future of design and values at Studio-X, Istanbul (with the support of Columbia University).
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Workshops across 12 countries visualizing new services, products and consequences arising out of future hypothetical conditions.
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Created branding and organizational strategy, designed visual identity, website, iPhone application and hired development and blogging staff.
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