Ran Lerner (b. 1969) is an accomplished industrial designer who lives and works In New York City. Lerner received his master's degree of industrial design from Domes Academy in Milan in 1998
In 2003 Ran Lerner Design Inc was established, with the philosophy of bringing unique design concepts to products that are sold in both the private and mass markets.
The studio has designed for clients such as Yamazaki, Reed & Barton, Adesso, Emess, Starwood Hotels, Cambridge silversmiths, Nambe, Kikkerland and other leading manufacturers. The designs could be found at retailers such as Crate & Barrel, The Conan Store, Bloomingdales, Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshal fields, Sears, Felissimo and others
His work has been featured in different publications including the New York Times, Food & wine, ID magazine, HFN, House & Garden, Gifts &Accessories, Maxim and others, And exhibited with Fellissimo in New York, "the forum Exhibition" In Barcelona, Traveling through France, Japan and the United States, Piti Uomo in Florence and various international trades shows .
Since 2005 Lerner has been the instructor of the lighting course at The Parsons School of design. Lerner finds great affinity with these companies that engage original thinking designers to try to make great design accessible to the public at large.