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LA-based Speculative Architect Liam Young is one half of the think tank, Tomorrow’s Thoughts Today. Liam borrows techniques from the worlds of fiction, film and futures and leverages them as imaginative tools to explore the implications and consequences of emerging trends, technologies and ecological conditions as a means to understand our ‘current’ world in new ways. His two recent projects are world firsts, Where The City Can’t See is the first narrative fiction film shot entirely with laser scanners and In The Robot Skies is shot entirely through autonomous drones.Locked Pro Plan feature
The Unknown Fields Division is a nomadic studio that sets off on annual expeditions to the ends of the earth exploring unreal and forgotten landscapes, alien terrains and obsolete ecologies. Join the AA’s Unknown Fields Division as each year we navigate a different global cross section and map the complex and contradictory realities of the present as a site of strange and extraordinary futures. We are both visionaries and reporters, part documentarian and part science fiction soothsayers as the otherworldly sites we encounter afford us a distanced viewpoint from which to survey the consequences of emerging environmental and technological scenarios.
TOMORROW'S THOUGHTS TODAY is a London-based futures think tank exploring the consequences of fantastic, perverse and underrated urbanisms. This site is organized as an open sketchbook of our current themes and design projects an ever-expanding repository of our collective research.