CENTRE FOR THE FUTURE

Creating a World that Works for Everyone

Current modes of operating have reached the limits of their capacity to meet our needs. Centre for the Future identifies and redesigns life-critical systems across six theatres of human activity, that are collapsing under the weight of a population now exceeding seven billion people, that are no longer relevant, or that do not yet exist but will be needed for a future we cannot yet comprehend.

Economics & Production

To develop new practices of economic production where wealth can be shared more equitably and poverty consigned to history

Learning & Socialization

To discover new wisdom that is shared and used for the benefit of humanity as a whole

Cultures & Communities

To find new ways of valuing and sharing the rich diversity of cultures, morals, and ways of knowing in a world-system unified by a common purpose

Power & Governance

To collaborate and self-organise in ways that advance our humanity, resolve differences peacefully, and leverage disruption wisely

Technologies & Intelligence

To generate a new appreciation of what it means to be human from insights gained by exploring alternative epistemologies and design ontologies

Ecosystems & Landscapes

To live in partnership with nature by evolving a regenerative consciousness that allows us to step more lightly on the Earth

Our goal is to redesign the human presence on Earth by curating world-systems within which the truest expressions of what it means to be human can be realised.

Academy

Our community of trusted scholars from around the world reflects upon, and provides fresh contexts, for selecting the most appropriate intervention points in systems that need reinventing.

Wayfinder

Our wayfinding experience captures fresh insights, from the use of artificial intelligence and augmented reality within an immersive visualisation platform, that can be applied to help resolve the grand challenges of our time.

Incubator

Our delivery capability deploys intervention capital to design, prototype, scale-up, and support experiments arising from the process of wayfinding.