Transitioning current systems requires designers to articulate the preferred future and develop strategies around politics, economies, stakeholders, and timelines beyond the grail of form & function. As a nested fledgling project of Entropy Studio, ‘The Shared Sequester’ addresses these questions through the lens of equitable biomass-based carbon sequestration and tests methodologies for future practice. 

This ongoing project began as a 2020 graduate thesis — head to the RISD Museum’s publication to see more and read an introductory excerpt from the forthcoming book. The work presses on with additional funding from the RISD Graduate Commons Grant and Entropy Studio is actively forging partnerships with the public sector. Get in touch for more information.