Designing for a time beyond our own, this thesis explores a narrative-based approach in response to today's climatic issues, drawing from speculative visions and constructing fictions with surrealist sensibilities. Humanity is currently faced with a crisis of climate while relationally confronted with a crisis of the imagination. The current ontological and epistemological frameworks, along with the general priorities of today's culture, have limited the human imagination in grasping and responding to such issues. Offering alternative lifestyles through designs integrated in the world of the future and its natural elements can reveal so much more of our earth than the myopic position our current society does not provide. Positioned in Central Thailand the work of this thesis explores how architectural thinking and working can contribute to providing sustainable alternatives to the foreseeable future positioning its viewer into a productive future.