Victoria Milne

Victoria Milne

Designer: Victoria Milne

Victoria Milne is principal of 6¢ Design. Her firm improves the public sphere and other real estate through design.  Current projects include developing and directing the Times Square Design Lab which commissions furniture from NYC designers for the Times Square Alliance and overseeing a small real estate portfolio.  She has taught at Parson’s New School in the Master’s program for Industrial Design.

Prior to 6¢ she served as Director of Public Art and Design Initiatives at the NYC Department of Design and Construction where her many design policy projects included starting the Built/NYC program to commission custom furnishings from independent designers for public capital projects. She also ran an award-winning communications and environment design team for the City of New York, and her office managed a $10 million portfolio of percent for art commissions.

She is a long-term member of the NYCxDesign executive committee which guides New York City’s design week. She is also proud to be on the Baldwin Design Council, contributing to new directions for this prestige hardware maker. Her career started in design criticism as editor in chief of Glass Magazine, and as New York contributing editor at Dwell and Blueprint and journalist for other publications. She has a Masters of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute and her BA from Vassar College.

Design Photo Credits: 6¢ Design

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