The International Design Museum aims to express the principles of design from the Modern era. The museum encompasses all kinds of exhibitions— from iconic chairs to commemorative posters. It strives to elevate the architecture of the Martin Luther King Library located in Washington, D.C., designed by Mies van der Rohe. The goal of the museum is to reach the design community and educate audiences about the connection between design and everyday life.
This concept was created as part of the Environmental Design class at the Corcoran College of Art and Design under the guidance of Johan Severtson.