Associate Professor of Instruction and Director of The Hatchery
Graphic & Interactive Design

Bryan Satalino


Bryan Satalino is a designer, educator and entrepreneur whose practice and teaching focuses on the intersection of design and entrepreneurship. He is interested in how the iterative process can shape designed artifacts by incorporating economic, functional, aesthetic and user-level constraints. His work considers the imprint this process can have on designed artifacts when incorporated into the artifact’s own narrative.
His current practice involves running two design-centric businesses, PhillyRow and Sol & Luna Yoga. PhillyRow is an experimental research-based business committed to bringing attention to the ubiquitous Philadelphia rowhouse through a variety of projects and products that celebrate both the form and function of this architectural typology. Sol & Luna is a start-up whose products reflect a mission to bring the benefits of a yoga practice to children and families and to support those without access to yoga instruction. Both companies rest on a common foundation, wherein value is derived directly from the design itself.
MFA, Graphic & Interactive Design, Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University, 2013
BFA, Graphic Design, The College of Saint Rose, 2003

Selected Awards and Work
Winner (2019)
AIGA Philadelphia Design Awards and Exhibition 
PhillyRow Anatomy of a Rowhouse 
Juried competition

Regional Winner (2018)
2018 Print Regional Design Awards
PhillyRow Anatomy of a Rowhouse 
Juried competition

Satalino, B., Fordham, C., & Guido, A. (2018). PhillyRow: A Love Letter to the Philadelphia Rowhouse.
     Invited speaker at Design Advocacy Group’s Preservation Pints, Evil Genius Beer Company,
     Philadelphia, PA. September 19, 2018.

Anatomy of a Rowhouse Event (2017)
AIA DesignPhilly Exhibition


Image credit: Temple University Photography / Joseph V. Labolito