Seesaws That Allowed Children To Interact Over US-Mexico Border Wins Design of the Year 2020

A collection of pink seesaws that allowed children to interact over the US-Mexico border has won the Design of the Year 2020. Named the “Teeter-Totter Wall,” the seesaws were located between the border wall that separates El Paso in Texas and Ciuadad Ju├írez in Mexico. Though it only lasted for less than an hour, it illustrated the importance of building bridges between communities. The seesaws … Continue reading Seesaws That Allowed Children To Interact Over US-Mexico Border Wins Design of the Year 2020