Dylan Maltry  

I am an industrial designer who crosses the lines between design and engineering. Inspired by lighting and consumer electronics, I enjoy being challenged by manufacturing, technical, and physical constraints. This drives my passion for innovation and problem solving which helps me transform abstract ideas into tangible products.   


LSI Industries x2 
Holos Lighting




Dylan’s Work  ↓

The Ambassador Ballroom Chandeliers are custom light fixtures for the historic Hotel Cleveland. Featuring hundreds of crystals and warm lighting, the chandeliers revitalized the outdated event space.
This PC chassis is a desktop computer case made of sheet metal. This case was the product of semester long metal project that addresses topics such as internal constraints, fabrication, and finishes.
Mirada Light Bollard was a co-op project focused around expanding LSI Industries commercial pedestrian lighting product line.
The Stanley Fatmax Power Inflator is a branded power tool that provides an on-the-go air pump that integrates into Stanley’s existing power tool lineup. 

©University of Cincinnati, DAAPIndustrial Design Class of 2024