Draw new horizons →

Use polynonial futures to expand your vision and to chart unexplored territories of possibility. 

Foresight and the unknown

While the polynon is highly abstract in its nature, some of the futures methodologies are built on well established frameworks, which makes the polynon a suitable approach when considering the current trends, megatrends and the overall futures horizons that we are envisioning.

But this isn’t just about predicting the future; it’s about playing with the pieces of the emergent present to build something fantastic. 

With a nudge from the present and a wink from the past, we’re here to pull back the curtain – just a tad – on the future. It’s like a cosmic game of connect-the-dots where the points are your wildest ideas, and the lines between them are drawn with the invisible ink of potential. We’re not going full spoiler mode on you (where’s the fun in that?), but we’ll give you a hint: the future’s looking geometric, multi-dimensional, and oh-so-brilliantly intricate.

Mapping the unknwon

Mapping the emergent present, by embedding the unknown and the unknowable as constants.

Trend-watching and foresight

New layers of insight and ideation.

Causation and prediction

Clear causal sets and conditional structures

Research and development

Enhanced algorithms and cognitive structures


in science and technology

Geometric models are particularly useful because they allow the analysis of complex data from any kind of environment, by leveraging the power of geometry, mathematics, machine learning and much more.

The framework enables new patterns of behavior, identifies knowledge gaps and opportunities, and enhances a new type of experience economy.

What next?


Find out more about applications of geometric cognition, cognitive geometry, neurogeometry and many more:

While the theoretical framework is being finished and the first models and applications are tested, stay updated with news, stories and insights on how the polynons were created.