Brook Kennedy

Co-Founder, Associate Professor of Industrial Design

B.A. Art, Reed College
MFA Design, Stanford University
Brook Kennedy is an industrial designer, researcher and educator. With a foundation in industry with human-centered design agencies (Smart Design, MGDG), his current research work explores design opportunities across biology, design, and engineering with a special focus on sustainability and health.
His sequoia tree-inspired fog harvesting technology, Fog Harp, has attracted funding and international media attention for advancing global access to clean drinking water.
Currently, he is researching promising sustainable biomaterials with Jonas Hauptman and collaborators at UCSD and TUM. Brook began his education as a biologist and later in design, receiving degrees at Reed College and Stanford University. Over the past two decades, he has earned more than 20 patents and 20 international awards.

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