Project H Design hit the road in a vintage Airstream trailer with their Design Revolution Road Show, starting with exhibitions in San Francisco and Los Angeles in February. The show is run by Emily Pilloton and showcases 40 examples of humanitarian design.
On February 1st, design nonprofit Project H Design hit the road for a 35-school, 75-day, 6300-mile tour and exhibition showcasing design for social impact. The Design Revolution Road Show will take place in a vintage Airstream trailer that features a mobile exhibition of 40 humanitarian products and a lecture/workshop series that will visit 25 high schools and colleges around the country.
The 40 products featured in the Design Revolution Road Show’s exhibition have been showcased in the book Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People. Project H founder Emily Pilloton and project architect Matthew Miller will be behind the wheel for the duration of the road show, hosting lectures, workshops, and exhibition tours at every stop.
The programming will bring the evidence of and tools for design for social impact to the doorsteps of students, with the ultimate goal of enabling and empowering the next generation of creative problem-solvers to apply their skills to the world’s most pressing problems and improve life on a global scale.
Click on the heading above to follow the Design Revolution Road Show as it moves across the country.