“Designing Peace” Exhibition
Fostering progress through craft and design.
Design for Change
Organized by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and presented by the Museum of Craft and Design, “Designing Peace” examines the transformative influence of design in the pursuit of peace. The exhibition showcases innovative proposals, initiatives, and interventions from designers, artists, and organizations around the world as they attempt to navigate the core causes of global conflict, and confront issues such as socioeconomic gaps and environmental degradation. “Designing Peace” aims to inspire dialogue and provoke questions, ultimately extending an invitation to envision a world molded by creativity, justice, and unity. The exhibition is a testament to the enduring relevance of its subject—a vivid portrayal of how design can drive impactful and lasting change.