WIRED Innovation Fellow, Biological Architect, Creative Director, Speaker

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An inaugural WIRED Innovation Fellow, Rachel Wingfield is the co-founder and Creative Director of Loop.ph, the spatial laboratory that investigates responsive environments inspired by the study of living systems. Wingfield speculates on near and far future scenarios that explore emerging biological and technological futures by crafting space, technology and living materials into visionary experiences and environments. 

A frontierswoman for a new field where designers intervene at an urban scale and develops collaborative tools for public engagement and multidisciplinary practices. Wingfield consults on creative strategies and speculative futures for business and the public sector, and gives provocative talks around the world. 

Wingfield helps companies identify the key insights that could impact their business and develop ‘brand fictions’ to probe into possible futures. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), NY, the V&A Museum, London, Fosters Private Art Collection, Geneva and the Bloomberg Collection, London.


  • Wired, U.K
  • Next Berlin, Germany
  • V&A, UK
  • KIKK Festival, Belgium
  • Instint U.S
  • Parsons School of Design, U.S 


  • Unilever
  • EDF
  • Swarovski
  • V&A
  • Lexus Hybrid
  • Audi Design Foundation
  • Belvedere RED
  • Medical Research Council
  • The Mitochondrial Biology Unit
  • The Centre of the Cell
  • Creative Partnerships
  • The Shoreditch Trust

The Chronarium - a project by Rachel Wingfield. A public sleep lab offering restorative sleep in smart sleep pods as an antidote to always-on city living.

Rachel Wingfield presents Loop.ph's Archilace at This Happened, London 

Rachel Wingfield give a talk at Instint 2015

Rachel Wingfield featured in Wired magazine (click image to access the article)

Rachel Wingfield speaks at KIKK Festival

The Horticultural Spa - a project by Rachel Wingfield/Loop.ph

Osmos - a project by Rachel Wingfield

Velo02 in Taipei is a dynamic installation of light that highlights the link between active and healthy cities.

SOL Dome by Rachel Wingfield's studio Loop.ph

Rachel Wingfield collaborated with Lucy McRae to create Dream a Little Crazy music video, commissioned by Australian pop group Architecture in Helsinki. 

Sonumbra by Rachel Wingfield's studio Loop.ph

Luminous Lace at Kensington Palace by Rachel Wingfield's studio Loop.ph

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