Forest futurism: design and aesthetic movement born out of the desire and necessity for sustainable products, services, and ways of living. Canadians develop a close social relationship with trees and forests, an extension of our already codependent biological relationship. Innovations in timber textile applications, composites, and sourcing (e.g. lab-grown) make it a widely used resource across architecture, product design, and infrastructure building. This shift becomes a source of inspiration, with forest aesthetics pouring over into various domains of art and culture. 'Eco elites,' like fungi designers, own and protect old growth 'mother trees,' caring for them like a family member. They also develop underground cities on the west coast to minimise their exposure to extreme weather events, and are treated as spiritual second homes, to be closer to the roots of trees — a status marker amongst the population. These exclusive subterranean homes have their own microclimates and cultivated ecosystems, like a world within a world, only revealed to the Eco Draft population through Architectural Digest features.