What would be possible if we were to design for peace?
Designing Peace explores the unique role design can play in pursuing peace and creating a more equitable world. The exhibition features design projects from around the globe that look at ways to create and sustain more durable peaceful interactions—from creative confrontations that challenge existing structures to designs that demand embracing justice and truth in a search for reconciliation.
Visitors will encounter a wide range of design responses to the underlying reasons for conflict and division and will be encouraged to consider their own agency in designing peace.
Your journey so far
The Adventures of Daly Graphic Novels
Social Emergency Response Centers
Hate Speech Lexicons
New World Summit – Rojava
Positive Peace Index
Universal Declaration of Human Rights Posters
Art the Arms Fair
Black Lives Matter Harlem Street Mural
Black Lives Matter Street Mural Census
Maps (Bullet Rug Series)
World Peace Symbol
My Ancestors’ Garden
The Murder of Halit Yozgat
BLUE: The Architecture of UN Peace Missions
Designing for Dignity
Jordan River Peace Park
Recoding Post-War Syria
Safe Passage Bags Workshop