Designers of the future Superflux's Refuge for Resurgence invokes the symbolic by setting a table for interspecies dialogue in the wreckage of the Anthropocene, writes Alec Carver.
Designer architect Rianne Makkink talks about her studio's harbour redevelopment plan complete with low-impact food and energy resources: mushrooms, insects, duckweed and seaweed.
Do cyber cows dream of electric milkmaids? The endearing mocumentary mundanity of Sergei Vasiliev‘s sci-fi short about future farming in Russia.
Architect Jan Gerits proposes a vertical farm that owns itself, a place where humans and non-humans can participate in a symbiotic self-sustaining existence.
In our exclusive interview, speculative architect Liam Young explains why his new film Planet City is a future fiction designed to stimulate the mass(ive) ideological shift necessary for future survival on earth.
Food Cosmogonies is an experimental online course using critical thinking to re-conceptualise the world through food.
Communication designer Neeraja Dhorde's cross-cultural investigations between farm and table take us on journeys from the past into the future that she hopes will bind communities together.