Future Firm is an architecture and design research practice. We make spaces, big and small, for people to come together in new ways.

Founded by Craig Reschke and Ann Lui, the firm’s work designs private and public spaces which produce previously impossible futures—for our clients and our communities.

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“The Uncomfortableness of Getting into Bed With Others” was an architectural installation accompanying a symposium on March 11 at SAIC. The project is a piece of large furniture which temporarily replaces the traditional seating in the Neiman Center. Using “seating” as a method of questioning “participation” as a methodology in art and architecture (the symposium’s topic), the installation takes the form of a large bed which participants must negotiate while attending the day’s events. Low to the ground, the project is intended to challenge one’s sense of personal space, ergonomics, and the implications of sharing space with others.

Chicago, IL
Client: Self-Initiated