Lynn Kiang

Lynn Kiang

Lynn Kiang is the co-founder and partner of Dome, an experience design studio in New York City. She is a multi-disciplinary designer and creative director in experience design, graphic design and built environments. As an educator, Lynn is Director of the MPS Communication Design program and Assistant Professor at Parsons School of Design at the New School. Previously she was an experience designer at SYPartners, collaborating with strategists and company leaders in transforming their brand.

Lynn Kiang
Dome Collective

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2022

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2022

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SEGD strives to celebrate projects that inspire and improve the human experience, including those that reflect the narratives of traditionally underrepresented communities. The Japanese American National Museum’s new core exhibition, designed by SEGD member firm Ralph Appelbaum Associates, will tell the Japanese American story like it’s never been before.

Illuminating Ancient Art with 21st Century Technologies "Revealing Krishna: Journey to Cambodia’s Sacred Mountain"

Illuminating Ancient Art with 21st Century Technologies Revealing Krishna: Journey to Cambodia’s Sacred Mountain

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How do curators and experiential designers reveal the hidden stories behind centuries old Cambodian artworks for modern-day audiences? A bold new exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art brings together ancient artifacts with immersive digital technologies to illuminate the histories of these enigmatic sculptures including their journeys over the past 150 years.

Seat at the Table - Katie Lee & Lynn Kiang, Dome

Seat At The Table

Katie Lee, Co-founder + Partner, Dome Collective
Lynn Kiang, Co-founder + Partner, Dome Collective

“Seat at the Table” highlights the current state of gender inequity in America. Designed by Dome, a Brooklyn- based experience design studio, the public exhibition is a reminder of the ongoing struggle by women since gain- ing the right to vote over 100 years ago and asks “Where are we now?”

2021 Sylvia Harris Award: Seat at the Table

2021 Sylvia Harris Award: Seat at the Table

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We’re still riding a high from the 2021 SEGD Conference Experience Philadelphia and celebrating our award winners! On Day 2 of the conference, Katie Lee and Lynn Kiang (Dome Collective) received the SEGD Sylvia Harris Award for the design of Seat at the Table. This exhibition, located inside the atrium of Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center, recognizes the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and asks the question “Where are we now?”

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