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Future Food Space | A Climate Change–All Change Co-Design Project
with London Fields Primary School

How did fifty 10-year olds respond to the design brief Future Food Space: Design for Climate Change? And how have the design studio, Acrylicize and Jack Trench elaborated the kids’ brilliant concept designs?

Over six weeks during the 2024 Spring Term at London Fields Primary School, Jack Trench and guest experts worked with fifty fledgling designers to reimagine our future food spaces in the context of a world altered by climate change.


The co-design project, in collaboration with the charity, Climate Change-All Change, included guest workshops on fermentation and food preservation with Pao Liu and Jelena Belgrave and biophilic design techniques with Oliver Heath.

Future Food Space: The Big Reveal | Exhibition at The Art House


Our co-design project culminated in an exhibition at The Art House in Bethnal Green. The exhibition showcased the children’s original designs, which were professionally visualised in a creative collaboration between Acrylicize and Jack Trench Design.

We thank the Year 5 school children and their teachers for engaging in the Future Food Space collaboration with such enthusiasm and commitment and we are indebted to The Linbury Foundation and EC Business Improvement District Community Fund for their support.

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Imagining Tomorrow at the V&A 

Climate Change All Change's display of the pilot co-design programme has opened at the John Lyons gallery at the Victoria & Albert Museum. The display features a selection of the ongoing work that brings together top designers, educators, and environmentalists with primary schools.


Together, they address a gap in primary education by integrating climate literacy and sustainable design into children’s learning.

Imagining Tomorrow is at the V&A South Kensington until January 2025

Watch | Future Food Space at London Fields Primary School

We partnered with Climate Change All Change to lead a co-design project with the Year 5 children at London Fields Primary School. Over six weeks, our teaching programme explored how future-focused design can put food on our plates and create climate resilient food spaces in the home. 

CCAC is a charity dedicated to teaching children about climate change, empowering them to imagine solutions through the lens of various design disciplines. As an advocate of good design that’s built to last, Jack hopes his work with CCAC will help foster a new generation of climate-aware designers.

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