Chris Green

Designer in Residence
Design Museum

Flying Food : Unlocking the agricultural potential of urban airspace

As drones continue to move towards mass industrial adoption, how can this emerging technology allow us to rethink our agricultural production processes? Considering drones as a new form of aerial urban infrastructure, these autonomous vehicles enable us to tap into the productive potential of our urban airspace, and reimagine the city as three-dimensional agricultural garden.

Chris Green is a Designer in Residence at the Design Museum, who’s work forges new relationships between people, technology and the city. An architectural designer engaged with emerging technologies, Chris's work explores the future of our digitally-connected environments through the design of interfaces, objects and infrastructures. With a background in Architecture from the Royal College of Art, Chris was a Research Fellow at MIT Senseable City Lab, developing urban applications for autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

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