Design show in Philadelphia Museum of Art takes on future issues

At the Philadelphia Museum of Art in US, designers deal with issues about future, rooted in contemporary concerns.

    Designers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the United States are asking visitors to imagine the future, but with a view to addressing many issues dogging the world now.

    Part of a major exhibition called Designs for a Different Future, the show tackles themes such as consumerism, sustainability and personal privacy.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Philadelphia.


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