2063 - Gronland
Future Scenarios under construction

In 2063, Grønland still resists the pitfalls of gentrification, and keenly protects its unique cultural heritage as a busy, multicultural, and grassroot-led district. The many vernaculars spoken there have changed the official language of Norway, and even worked their way into the alphabet. Seven new letters have been adopted to accommodate changes in the spoken language. The new letters can be seen in signposts, posters and graffiti. You are entering a design workshop for display signs for local businesses. The tiny work shop is both a useful service pro vider for, and a good example of, a thriving local entrepreneurship.

The process behind THE ESSENCE OF GRØNLAND

Designers: Tiril Haug Johne og Victoria Ydstie Meyer

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