Bianca Carague


Bianca Carague is a designer with an interest in cognitive science, politics and well-being. Currently pursuing a Master’s in Social Design in Design Academy Eindhoven, her work focuses on understanding the environmental, cultural and socio-political implications of design and technology through a speculative lens. When she first started breeding insects for human consumption in 2016, she realized she had a knack for making space for conversations about topics and practices that are typically considered taboo. She is also a scuba diver, piano player, Skillshare teacher and ENFP-A.

Bianca Carague

4 stories by Bianca Carague

Smart Cities are Better…for Whom?

From security and streamlined services to racial bias and mass surveillance, what does it mean for smart cities to...

Aug 17 · 2 min read >

Sound of the Future Public: Imagining Beyond the Planetary Water Crisis

It is projected that by the year 2100, the number of megacities in the world will rise, with the...

Jul 23 · 2 min read >

More-than-Human Centered Design: From Bauhaus to Neuhaus

What can we learn from ancient theatres and town squares that we can integrate into the design of our...

Jun 12 · 4 min read >