Linda Celentano is a celebrated Industrial Designer based in the New York Metropolitan area. Her work ranges from designs for Nambé, Smart Design, Knoll, Alessi, Dansk and Rosenthal amongst others. Linda studied at Pratt Institute under the teachings of Rowena Reed Kostellow, Dr. William Fogler, and Gerald Gulotta, where she has also been a Professor of Industrial Design for 20 years. Celentano also expanded her studies in Scandinavia where she later taught workshops about abstraction and design.
Celentano's work embodies ideas of abstraction, elegance and innovation, which promote good design for everyday products. Her designs instilled her belief that 'good design beckons the human touch'. Her inspiration has always been about nature, curiosity, and good sense.
Among her many prestigious awards; Celentano has been awarded IDEA, ID Annual Design Review, the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Awards, and the Rowena Reed Kostellow Award. Her work has been exhibited in permanent collections and exhibitions including The Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design, The Chicago Athenaeum, Gallery 91, and Bloomingdale's 100 Years of Design Excellence. Her work has sold internationally at The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum Store, Gallery 91, Bloomingdale's, and many more.
Black and Decker
Hong Kong Space Museum
Hong Kong Museum of Science & Technology