Edwin Schlossberg Biography
Birthday: July 19, 1945 (Cancer)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Edwin Schlossberg is a well-known American designer, artist, lecturer, and author, who was appointed to the ‘US Commission of Fine Arts’ by Barack Obama in 2011. He is the husband of Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the 35th president of the US, John F Kennedy. Schlossberg specializes in experiential designing and participatory interactions. His specialization also includes integrated retail and cultural facilities. One of his best designs was exhibited as the ‘Shanghai Corporate Pavilion’ for the ‘World Expo’ in Shanghai. Edwin is the founder of internationally acclaimed firm ‘ESI Design,’ which focuses on designing and maintaining interactive and learning environment among its clients. He is also an author and has written more than 10 published books, including ‘Einstein and Beckett,’ ‘Interactive Excellence: Defining and Developing New Standards for the Twenty-first Century,’ and ‘Tetrascroll.’ His art works have also been part of many famous museums. He is often invited to his alma mater, ‘Columbia University,’ to deliver lectures about his life and experiences. He delivers lectures at other colleges, too. He has also worked with many non-profit boards and organizations to support designers and other community causes. Edwin Schlossberg is indeed a genius in his field.