Luke Sturgeon

I’m a founding partner at Greyspace where we apply foresight and design to systemic problems to imagine and design for desirable futures. A UK Design Council Associate, visiting faculty at CIID in Copenhagen and Costa Rica, Royal College of Art in London, Erhvervs Akademi in Copenhagen, and Elisava in Barcelona. My design and writing work has been published and exhibited globally including the Design Museum, IKEA Museum, and Southbank Centre.

As a designer and facilitator I’ve been supporting and leading design teams in the delivery of new digital products and services since 2006.

As a speaker I’ve shared inspiration and techniques on future-facing topics such as uncertainty, desirability and agency at international design and leadership events.

As a visiting faculty I’ve supported the learning of design and visual communication, prototyping digital experiences, and applying foresight to the design process.

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Some previous things I’ve worked on:

Citizen Rotation Office – 24hr immersive experience of a future london

Locality Walk - SMS based speculative service prototype

Memory Walks - Immersive storytelling for Southbank festival

Visualising Electromagnetic Fields - Real-time photographic data visualisation

Choreographed Anthropomorphology - Critical study of robotic performance

Reflexion - A toolkit to optimise our memory of past experiences

Data-Fictions - Data and its interface as a cultural artefact