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Linda Celentano Edit Profile

industrial designer

Linda Celentano, industrial designer. Recipient Design Excellence award Industrial Design Magazine, 1986. Volunteer Library. for Recording for Blind, New York City, 1990; co-founder Rowena Reed Kostellow Fund, since 1990, active executive committee; Member Indusl. Designer Society of America.

Background

Celentano, Linda was born on May 11, 1958 in New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Edward and Ruth Celentano.

Education

Student design, University Copenhagen, 1978. Bachelor Industrial Design, Pratt Institute, 1980.

Career

Industrial designer Lebowitz/Gould Design, New York City, 1979-1981, Smart Design, New York City, 1981-1985. Product design director Medin Corporation, Wallington, New Jersey, 1985-1995. Industrial designer Pfizer Howmedica, 1995-1997.

Professor industrial design Pratt Institute, New York City, since 1998. Lecturer Pratt Institute Alumni Series, Brooklyn, 1986-1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Published in Industrial Design Magazine, 1986, 90, Product Design II, 1987, Product Design VI, 1994, International Design Yearbook, 1988, 89, New York Times, 1990, Idaho Magazine, 1990, New and Notable Product Design, 1991, Crain's New York Business, 1998, Design Exchange, Toronto, 1998, also salad servers. Represented in permanent collections Cooper-Hewitt Collection, New York City, Nambe Picture Frames and Desk Top Accessories Chicago Athenaeum Design Museum.

Membership

Volunteer Library. for Recording for Blind, New York City, 1990. Co-founder Rowena Reed Kostellow Fund, since 1990, active executive committee. Member Indusl. Designer Society of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cooking, travel, photography.

Connections

father:
Edward Celentano

mother:
Ruth Celentano