Efforts to recognise and preserve cultural heritage, in all its forms, are fundamentally linked to views of the past, present and future. As a result, the anticipatory assumptions that form the foundation for imagining the future play a determinant role in understanding what cultural heritage is, which aspects are deemed worth preserving and how to attempt to assure durability or continuity. In keeping with the general design principles for Futures Literacy Laboratories (FLL) and the specific targets of the Future Literacy Laboratory-Novel (FLL-N), as detailed in Chapter 4, the co-creation of the process for this customised lab needed to take into account the specific nature of the link between anticipation and cultural heritage.