Because we chose to focus on social resilience (which is quite large), all means are good to be inclusive and fight proletarianization.
thr34d5 explores new paradigms in design semantics and ways of uncovering knowledge. Our main focus of research is situated on the intertwining of crafts and knowledge transfer by openness.
kARP is a research program that features workshops, artistic and industrial partnerships in order to valorizing kombucha as a raw material for its communitarian value by fostering the democratization its engineering.
wARP focuses on this crucial common that is water in all its aspects; drinkable, for agriculture, health, to name a few. This program especially focuses on providing open-source blueprints for water potabilization devices.
let’s join forces!
We are opening the programs to curious fellows for collaboration and to offer a space for experiments. We will soon post internship positions, and open our NGO to memberships.