FCS Associates

Design Researchers in Residence

Design Researchers in Residence is Future Observatory’s programme for design research into the climate crisis hosted at the Design Museum. The residency supports thinkers at the start of their careers to develop new research on environmental concerns and centred around a particular theme.

The residency has two main aims: to provide design researchers in the early stages of their careers time and space away from their regular environment to develop and produce new work; and to offer museum visitors an opportunity to engage with live design research projects.

Applications invited from designers and researchers whose research touches on themes including marine ecosystems; rising sea levels and coastal communities; infrastructure for climate refugees; food sovereignty; importation and supply chains; islander identities and cultural connections.

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Location: UK

Value: up to £18k

Deadline: 19 Sept 2022

Date Added: 26 Jul 2022

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Design Researchers in Residence - FCS Associates

Design Researchers in Residence

Design Researchers in Residence is Future Observatory’s programme for design research into the climate crisis hosted at the Design Museum. The residency supports thinkers at the start of their careers to develop new research on environmental concerns and centred around a particular theme.

The residency has two main aims: to provide design researchers in the early stages of their careers time and space away from their regular environment to develop and produce new work; and to offer museum visitors an opportunity to engage with live design research projects.

Applications invited from designers and researchers whose research touches on themes including marine ecosystems; rising sea levels and coastal communities; infrastructure for climate refugees; food sovereignty; importation and supply chains; islander identities and cultural connections.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: up to £18k

Deadline: 19 Sept 2022

Date Added: 26 Jul 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants