Linda Celentano

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Adjunct Associate Professor Industrial Design lcelenta@pratt.edu 718.399-.4585 p Brooklyn Campus, Pratt Studios 5th fl

Current Course Listing (4)

20/FA-IND-451-05 Prototypes I

21/SP-IND-452-09 Prototypes II

20/FA-IND-651-05 Prototypes I

21/SP-IND-652-09 Prototypes II

Personal URL

http://www.lindacelentano.com

Education

B.I.D., Pratt Institute.

Biography

Studies in Denmark; awards include an IDEA Award; featured in Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, ID Annual Design Review Awards, Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Awards, Metropolitan Home 2003 and 2004 Modernism Award; publications include Crain's NY Business, cover of I.D. Magazine's Annual Design Review, The New York Times, Time Out New York, and internationally acclaimed design books; work includes designing tabletop, eyewear, housewares, consumer products, cosmetic and surgical devices and instrumentation for Nambe, Rosenthal, Alessi, Salton, Corning, Dansk, Copco, Estée Lauder, Knoll, Oxo, Prescriptives, Donna Karan, Black and Decker, Stryker Corporation, Ace Orthopedics; holds numerous patents and instrumental in creating the Rowena Reed Kostellow Fund and Elements of Design (2002) by Gail Greet Hannah; prior to becoming an independent designer, employed by Smart Design (New York City); teaches 3-D Design. Linda has designs in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum as well as the Chicago Anthenaeum Museum. She has taught for twenty years in 3D in the Industrial Design Department and is now teaching Lighting Prototypes all at Pratt Institute.In 2016 Linda was awarded the prestigious Rowena Reed Kostellow Award.