Looking for Natalie

Impressions Annie Coggan

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Natalie de Blois, starting in 1954 and while at SOM, was one of the leading architects on Lever House, as well as the Pepsi-Cola and Union Carbide buildings, all on Manhattan’s Park Avenue. She worked closely with the partner Gordon Bunshaft, who is accredited officially for the designs. The true  [...]

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Issue 23

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23

Fall 2015

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​Annie Coggan recently received an Art Incentive Grant from Mississippi State University in order to produce the General and Julia Grant furniture that will reside in the Grant Collection reading room.  

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