Rethinking The Future (RTF) was born from the idea of creating a new window on international trends in architecture and design that looks on to the solutions for the need of the era i.e., Climate Change.
RTF is a hub of services for architecture and design. RTF is working to develop an architectural language that would ‘sustain’ and ‘survive’ the impacts of climate change taking sustainability one step ahead.
As we are growing, we can see that over the last 50 years, nine out of ten natural disasters around the world have been the result of extreme weather and climate events. Storms, floods, droughts, heat waves, dust storms, wildfires and many other natural hazards threaten the lives and livelihoods of millions of people worldwide.
For the past few years man has broken his conversation with the nature and has kept himself busy in growth and development. Unknowing the need of growth, man is using resources at a rate which earth is failing to replenish. With this growth, man is remained with less of forests, less of coal, less of petroleum, less of rivers, less of water, less of species, less of calm, less of purity, less of peace and less of humanity. And with more of technologies, more of construction, more of urbanism, more of cars, more of congestion, more of pollution, more of global warming, more of climate change, more of fear and more of stress. And with all these things, man is heading towards more or less extinction. And if this is the future, then there definitely is a need of
‘Rethinking The Future’
A future that aims to meet human ‘needs’ while preserving the environment so that these ‘needs’ can be met not only in the present, but also for future generations. A ‘future’ with less of stress and more of humanity. A ‘future’ in harmony with the nature.