Established as an informal school by a group of twelve scientists who convened in a College

after being "struck" by a lecture by Christopher Wren,

the Royal Society is the inspiration for the Oil Forest League. 

Starting from similar motives, the Oil Forest League has invited several designers and thinkers from various countries

to convene in an (immaterial) place to meditate on how science and technology might come forward

with a renewed spiritual drive in order to build a less conflictual combination

of man-made and natural spaces in the contemporary landscape. 

In time, the Oil Forest League will integrate theoretical contributions and design experiences,

as well as actual works from cultures across the planet.

They will amount to a chain of ideas and concepts that may generate

other chains in order to convey sophisticated design cultures.

OIL FOREST LEAGUE. The first Free School of Design and Environment. Since 2015.