Hi, I am Juliana, a trend researcher, futures designer and creative strategist who is passionate about providing a tangible narrative between the Now and Next to Come.

Apocalyptic Optimists
A Manifesto for More than Human Futures. As a part of my research project «Designing for More than Human Futures», I designed and sewed a series of flags that capture the activist nature of my project. They carry a manifesto for More than Human Futures.
Designing for More than Human Futures
The design and research project «Designing for More than Human Futures» develops forward-looking approaches to the topic of sustainability. Humans, nature and technology are no longer considered separately, but rather understood as a unity.
Symbiocity – A speculative exploration into the future
With my initial trend, design and ethnographic research on post-anthropocentric futures, I set out to explore how a future city built on More than Human values might look like.
Welcome to New Intimacity
For a cooperation between STURMundDRANG and Trends & Identity, we dealt with the topic of "New Intimacy". With input from practicing trend researchers, we developed a collection of phenomena and artifacts around the topic of the future of intimacy. Subsequently, we created a trend map in the form of a metaphorical, colorful city.
GrowPak – A step towards closing the loop
A project that explores the future possibilities of biologically growing bacterial cellulose from organic food waste and surplus goods to create a sustainable and biodegradable alternative to the current single-use plastic packaging.
Seaweed as a sustainable source of bioplastics
An investigation of agar and its potential usefulness as one of the alternatives to synthetic plastics. "Seaweed as a sustainable source of bioplastics" is an on-going material research project through an experimental and hands-on approach.
Menstrual underwear made from up-cycled coconuts
A research-based, conceptual project that explores the possibility of creating multifunctional menstrual underwear from tropical coconut biomass.
Nostalgia in Design
An in-depth research on nostalgia and its impact on brand communication, advertising strategy and product promotion.
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