It’s our pleasure to announce the first issue of the Next Nature Magazine. Indeed, a good old fashioned magazine. Next Nature Magazine presents 176 pages of thought-provoking content that gives you the ideas, tools and perspectives to face our world with.

Our central question: “Are we living in a superorganism?” Because what does it mean to live in an ecosystem of technology? We are being encapsulated in a superstructure that we must learn to understand. And there are yet many other species that exercise their own influence; viral microorganisms, an internet of trees and artificial intelligence—each with their own perspective. What can we learn from each other? That’s what the magazine is about.

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What can you expect?


Guest essays by neuroscientist Vivienne Ming; philosopher Koert van Mensvoort. Interviews with experimental architect Rachel Armstrong; synthetic biologist Nadine Bongaerts; future farmer Jaap Korteweg; designer Pei-Ying Lin; virtual fashion designer Amber Jae Slooten. Visual essays by generative artist Sofia Crespo; artist collective Studio Drift; photographer Mathieu Gafsou; filmmaker Floris Kaayk. Projects by solar designer Marjan van Aubel; speculative designer Agi Haines; designer Shaakira Jassat; designer Meydan Levy; conceptual material designer Shahar Livne; food designer Chloé Rutzerveld. Editorials on Self Design, Future Food, Technofossils and the Plastisphere. Covergirl: Shudu, the world’s first digital supermodel.

How to get it


Next Nature Magazine is available in English and Dutch via our webshop.

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