Oriol Arnedo Casas is a London-based designer and researcher specialised in speculative design and visual communication.
Oriol Arnedo Casas is a London-based designer and researcher specialised in speculative design and visual communication. With a multidisciplinary, research-led focus, he uses design as a tool to stimulate discussion and debate on the world’s current technological, social and cultural changes. His main line of research explores fiction as a means to envisage and test out alternative futures. After studying at Central Saint Martins, he went on to join United Matters, a design collective that investigates the future of humanity through science, technology and crafts. His work has been presented and exhibited at spaces and events including Dutch Design Week, The Design Museum, The Catherine Murphy Gallery in Minnesota, DMY Design Festival Berlin and the Museu del Disseny in Barcelona.