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Phnam Bagley          

Industrial Designer, Futurist & Space Architect

Phnam Bagley designs the future of everything, on and off planet Earth. She co-founded Nonfiction, a design firm that turns science fiction into reality for a better future. She is a French industrial designer, futurist and aerospace architect creating cutting-edge hardware and experiences in Wearables, Healthcare and Wellness, Education, Robotics, Transportation, and Aerospace. She specializes in turning groundbreaking technologies into attainable, intuitive, and beautiful products and experiences that help humans become the best versions of themselves.

Her work is exclusively focused on projects that support the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, and create a positive impact on humanity, the environment and innovation. These projects may include: How do we build an educational system that supports neurodiversity, autonomy, and prepares kids for the future of work? How do we use neuroscience to turn humans into super-humans? How do we save lives faster and build resilience in people who have life-threatening jobs? How do we make disabilities a thing of the past? How do we make living in space more human?

Bagley works with a variety of companies, from startups to Fortune 500 and government agencies, covering 4 continents. Clients include NASA, Intel, Facebook, Atari, Philips, Alpine, Mistletoe, Halo Neuroscience, and more. She speaks internationally on the subject of “Designing the Future of Everything”, covering stories of sustainability, design, space exploration, education and human flourishing. With her partner Mardis Bagley, she co-hosts an educational video series called Future Future, sharing tools and insights about design and the future of everything.

Speech Topics

Design for Sustainability

Design, mass manufacturing, and changing our bad habits.

Design and Biotech

A presentation on how current technology can have transformational benefits in support of health, wellness, performance and longevity.

Making Space More Human

An an industrial designer and space architect, Bagley shares her perspective on moving on from the right stuff and designing space habitats for the whole of humanity.

Designing the Future of Everything

Bagley discusses the process of merging science, technology, business, art and design in service of a better world on and off planet Earth.

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