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Lisa Krohn, MFA

Practice, Design

A designer since her defection from art history at Brown University, Lisa completed an MFA at Cranbrook during which time she won the Grand Prize in the Forma Finlandia competition.

She went on to win a Fulbright to Milan to work with Mario Bellini, an NEA Design Arts grant, the Brooklyn Museum Young Designer's Award, the Daimler Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design and the Rome Prize. Apart from design projects for clients like Herman Miller, Walt Disney Imagineering and Alessi, Lisa has taught and critiqued in various design departments and has written for various design publications and blogs.

Her work is in museum collections including the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, the SF and NY MoMA's and the Cranbrook museum.