Antropos

The ever-increasing robotisation and automation in our society are leading to a remarkable evolution: the human touch is becoming a luxury. This evolution is already visible in our society today. Well-off people have access to personal trainers and private bankers, while the broad middle class has to content itself with a fitness and banking app.

As we become more and more surrounded by robots, we will increasingly long for typically human things: imperfections, unexpected humour, surprises... in short, all the ideas that spring from human imagination.

Designers, too, will put people first, and try to distinguish themselves from robotic design. An important source of inspiration for the coming years will undoubtedly be anthroposophy, the teachings of Rudolf Steiner. He not only developed a well-known education system, but also had ideas about a pleasant living environment in which man and nature are central. This led to a special design with wood, pastels and polygonal shapes.

The colour palette for this trend includes some so-called neo-neutrals and many special pastels inspired by Rudolf Steiner's buildings, such as hot pink, light blue, matte purple and green.

 

    

 

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