Enpuls asked the question: what does 'living' mean in the future, in very extreme scenarios? During 3 creative visual sessions, we designed 3 future scenario views. Each scenario had a different central point: the consumer, the society or nature.
The result can be seen in 3 very different visualisations which gathered everyone's input.
The gallery below displays projects I visualized as part of my work at Wageningen Environmental Research
24 parties work together on the project Klimap (‘Klimaatadaptatie in de Praktijk’), which aims at delivering practical advice on increasing the climate resistance and resilience of the Dutch sandy soil.
The visual aimed at gathering the input of all parties during visual sessions and creating a clear visualisation of Klimap's process.
The whole sequence - with storytelling bits - can be found on klimap.nl
Farmers, policy makers and researchers gathered to create the landscape of their dreams, where the profitability of the farms aligns with environmental objectives. Lisa Deijl from BoerenNatuur wrote a great article (here) about how the visualisation process brought new insights to the project in an unexpected way! An amazing compliment!
The visual is part of the European projects Contracts 2.0.
Living Labs for
In this project the visual was developed to assist the discussion on the role, function and evaluation of living labs focussing on carbon sequestration in farming and forest systems. In living labs many different stakeholders (policy makers, researchers, businesses) work together to discuss possible solutions on how to increase carbon sequestration.
‘The drawing really helps to facilitate the discussion between these different stakeholders on the different aspects of living labs and how the activities of the living lab can be evaluated’. This works much better than using scientific concepts and language ’ according to Irene Bouwma,
project manager of this project’.
For the project Kennisimpuls Bestuivers, I designed the dream landscape for bees, and the connection between the landscapes network. The project is a partnership between Wageningen University & Research, Naturalis Biodiversity Center and EIS Kenniscentrum Insecten.
Illustrated a series of 9 visuals presenting 2 different systems for fighting Malaria. Project from Wageningen UR.
Design of visuals for 6 Acttivate projects, for the AgrifoodTech expo.