Iowa State University faculty Jungwoo Ji and Bosuk Hur, both lecturers in architecture, and fourth-year architecture student Suk Lee, Seoul, South Korea, have won the “Liberty Museum New York: Freedom to the people” ideas competition with their speculative design for a museum at the site of the Statue of Liberty National Monument in New York City. Inspired by candlelight marches against social injustice in their home country, the team proposed a “Social Justice Media” project featuring water-droplet-shaped modules that respond to global issues in real time. When the museum receives a tweet about a “dire event” related to human rights or social injustice, an electronic signal is relayed to the modules to move them toward the geographic location mentioned. Read more on ArchDaily