As an Anthropological Future Designer, my role is to comprehend how can we translate human values into tangible experiences, what drives people to certain behaviours and why systems operate in the way they do. Such critical thinking is fundamental to me in understanding how society is changing and what role designers have in influencing it.
I intend to re-think how we interact with technology, people and space by addressing limitations and tensions of modern life. My practice encompasses future thinking, social and experiential design, and my work aims to provoke, challenge and change perspectives. I am particularly interested in creating poetic, introspective and ritualistic subtleties and nuances in everyday life, in order to evoke more meaningful human experiences. Some of my inspirations come from Japanese philosophy, sociology and the practice of flânerie.