Exhibit Shows Design’s Power To Counter Social And Economic Disparities
By The People: Designing a Better America presents stories from a bottom-up approach to improving underserved communities and individuals
By The People: Designing a Better America is the title of the third in a series of socially responsible design exhibitions at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City. On display are 60 projects, many of which are collaborations between designers, architects and local community members.
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