What are the future conditions of everyday life?
As the paradigm shift in the relationship between living and working becomes increasingly visible, the idea of the home is changing. People long for a home as a place to be secure, safe and well. Traditional functions of rooms will merge, known distinctions between space and furniture will blur and identity will be formed differently with the emergence of the modern-day nomad. Technology will open new territories of how people interact with space and information. Spaces for mental well-being, meditation and cleansing of the body and the mind will become more and more important. There will be an increased need for rooms for contemplation, peace of mind, recharging and self-affirmation. What will the private spa look like in the future?
GRAFT designed and built future ‘life settings’ as stages of visual communication. Like set designs, these interior worlds are erected within hangar or loft spaces as accessible statements, places of experimentation and inspiration.
As project partners, these concepts will be supplemented with products and consultation by the Moonraker Group.
The future life settings are four built environments representing diverse customer segments that showcase future-appropriate technologies, concepts and products in an engaging way. These four futuristic scenarios illustrate a broad spectrum of user types, interests, competencies and aesthetics.
Being modifiable in nature, the installation can be adapted to suit a variety of potential scenarios and uses.