Rana Rmeily is an Experiential Visual Designer, based in Germany. She currently holds the position of Associate Partner at ATELIER BRÜCKNER, one of the lead scenography and exhibition design studios worldwide.
Working integratively with experiential visual tools, Rana seamlessly blends technology and design to create expansive experiences that emotionally engage people with their surrounding and each other.
In her work, she is committed to pushing the boundaries of traditional exhibition making by exploring new and innovative ways to engage audiences.
Rana believes that collaboration is at the core of any successful project, often engaging and exchanging with practitioners and cross-cultural teams working in the fields of architecture, industrial design, light design, and experiential visual design, in collaboration with artists, curators, historians and educators, as well as scientists, researchers, and technologists.
She is a firm believer that through collective design experiences, we can create a more compassionate world.Rana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art Direction from Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts in Beirut, Lebanon, and a Master’s degree in Visual Design from Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan, Italy.
Throughout her professional career in between Lebanon, Italy and Germany, she has worked across diverse design fields, including brand strategy, visual identity, editorial design, signage and wayfinding design, exhibition graphics, user-interface, user-experience for digital and immersive media-based experiences, and digital interactivity in space.During the past nine years, Rana has made significant contributions to various international projects at ATELIER BRUECKNER. Notably, The Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza, The Museum of the Future in Dubai, The Nobel Prize Temporary Exhibitions in Dubai, NARC Archeology Exhibition in Lisbon, and The Enigma Communication Museum in Copenhagen, among others. Rana has also won several awards and accolades on her work in the field of Experiential Visual design.
She is currently a faculty member at Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milano where she teaches scenography in space.