Climate Change All Change
Visual identity for the V&A exhibition envisioning a world in 2050 affected by climate change
We were asked by architecture and design practices David Lloyd Jones Associates and DaeWha Kang Design to create the exhibition visual identity for Climate Change All Change, which celebrates the creative partnership between the Year 5 children of William Tyndale Primary School and DaeWha Kang Design.
The exhibition showcases the imagination of children – displaying their stories and visions for a world in 2050 affected by climate change. The architects’ work exhibited, interprets some of the children’s most intriguing designs.
The exhibition, which is a pilot for a wider future collaborative project, was due to take place at the V&A’s Museum of Childhood in April 2020, but of course was unable to open because of Covid-19. However the exhibition will form part of the London Design Festival at the V&A South Kensington in 2021. You can find out more about the project and explore the proposed exhibition space and architectural visions digitally on the Climate Change All Change website.
The exhibition logo and graphics took inspiration from the circular and modular elements of the exhibition design – the setting represents the Universe with planetary discs containing the content, and circular discs of sky and grass above and below, symbolising planet Earth. The modular elements in the logotype, and block aesthetic of the section titles echo the collaborative nature of the project, as well as how the exhibition will be constructed in the physical realm.