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What does the future of transportation look like in a centralised market-driven world?

Rasmus Sanko and Lea Senderovitz sought answers to this question when they organised a workshop on speculative design at Design Matters DK in Tokyo.


Using speculative design and the DDC – Danish Design Center's framework as a methodological approach, we invited for discussion and reflection. The aim was not to create finished products, but to spark our imagination to help us design for the future we want.

It was a great experience to be able to gather participants from all over the world and have the opportunity to organise this inspiring workshop in the heart of Tokyo.

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