Annie Cogan of Chairs and Buildings

Pearlstreet Chair by Annie Cogan
I found this interview on Herman Miller’s Blog series Lifework. It’s with Annie Cogan of Chairs and Buildings. Annie is a fellow chair lover. She’s an artist/designer/architect. She lives and works in the same building. First a brownstone in Brooklyn, NY later in a Victorian Mansion in a small town in Mississippi and lately in a commercial building in Charleston and recently she has moved again. There are many similarities here, but I will address them later (maybe).

Chairs and Buildings: The Beginning

And this was the beginning of Chairs and Building … It’s a chair designer’s blog!

This is the beginning of archiving a years worth of work and putting it out into the world. Currently, Caleb and I are getting ready for a show at the Gestarc Gallery in Brooklyn and these chairs will also be exhibited at the Design Within Reach Store on Columbus Ave. in Manhattan. The opening is April 24th, 2008. The Gestarc opening is on May 1st,2008. More chairs and buildings tomorrow.
Posted by Annie C at 3:41 PM
Labels: chairs, Design Work

Via Chairs and Buildings [The Post disappeared in the meantime]