Designer, creative director and strategist at Krohn Design in Los Angeles, Lisa Krohn teaches the practice, theory and history of design and innovation at USC Iovine and Young Academy.
Krohn's scope includes product design, branding, interiors, installations, furniture and web design for clients ranging from Herman Miller to Alessi and Walt Disney Imagineering. Her designs for prosthetic personal digital objects have earned numerous design accolades including Grand Prize in the Forma Finlandia competition and the Daimler Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. Krohn’s work is in museums including the New York and San Francisco Museums of Modern Art and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.
Krohn received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art and Art History from Brown University, also earning a Fulbright fellowship to Milan to work with architect and designer, Mario Bellini.