Design Revolution book launch at the Cooper-Hewitt October 6th

by , 09/29/09

design revolution, project h design, emily pilloton, green design, social design, sustainable design, humanitarian design

We posted about the exciting release of Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People, a few weeks back, and now it’s time to celebrate! Join author Emily Pilloton (founder of humanitarian product design coalition Project H Design and Inhabitat Senior Editor) on Tuesday October 6th, 6:30pm, at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City for a panel discussion with Cooper-Hewitt curator Cynthia Smith, Metropolis editor-in-chief Susan Szenasy, and Core77’s Allan Chochinov, followed by a reception and book signing. Register for the event via the Cooper-Hewitt site here ($10 members and students/$15 non-members).

design revolution, design revolution flag, emily pilloton, project h design, photo by gus powellPhoto: Gus Powell

If you haven’t heard of the just-released book yet, Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People is a compendium of and call-to-action for products that empower individuals, communities, and economies. The book makes the case for design as a tool for social change rather than simply aesthetics (with particular attention paid to the reorientation of the product design industry, a discipline inherently defined by the production of more “stuff”). We look forward to seeing you on the 6th! In the meantime, you can purchase Design Revolution via Amazon for $23 here.

+ Cooper-Hewitt Events Page

+ Design Revolution ($23 via Amazon)

+ Project H Design

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