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Radical transitions: three pathways to positive futures

We are publicly launching ThreeTransitions.earth, an interactive web experience co-developed by us for Hitachi. First shown at Hitachi’s exhibition in COP26 in Glasgow, in which Hitachi participated as a Principal Partner, ThreeTransitions.earth is an intuitive, informative and inspiring experience that provides a framework for thinking about global crises and a starting point for radical action.


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Making energy futures tangible

As part of London Design Festival at the V&A, Yosuke Ushigome, our London studio director, recently participated in a panel discussion about the future of energy. With the advent of the European fuel crisis this event provided a space for a consideration of what relationship we should have with energy infrastructures.


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Brand as a narrative that is retold by people

"A brand cannot function unless it is a narrative that is retold by individuals." Kotaro Watanabe of Takram Tokyo was recently featured in Brandingmag's special feature — Luminaries of Asia exploring what sets Asian brands apart.


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Visual Identity for RAKSUL

Since January this year we have worked on further developing Raksul's visual identity. The result is a updated identity fusing old and new.


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Recent Reading

In this research paper, the scientists apply Kate Raworth's famous Doughnut Economics framework to assess and analyse about 150 nations' social shortfall and ecological overshoot.  Read


David McDermott Hughes explores and considers the question "who owns the wind?", a seemingly simply question, whose answer will shape the shape of transitions to come. Read


Fongyee Ng, Daniel Coppen, and Ken Fujiyoshi consider the value of embracing 'play' as something which goes beyond a child's act, and how to weave play into designs and activities beyond the playground. Listen

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