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Looking for Natalie

Impressions Annie Coggan

Union Carbide, 270 Park Avenue (1961)

Looking for Natalie

Lever House, 390 Park Avenue (1959)

Looking for Natalie

Lever House, 390 Park Avenue (1959)

Looking for Natalie

Lever House, 390 Park Avenue (1959)

Looking for Natalie

Pepsi-Cola, 500 Park Avenue (1960)

Looking for Natalie

Lever House, 390 Park Avenue (1959)

Looking for Natalie

Pepsi-Cola, 500 Park Avenue (1960)

Looking for Natalie

Lever House, 390 Park Avenue (1959)

Looking for Natalie

Lever House, 390 Park Avenue (1959)

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Annie Coggan is an artist and principal with Coggan + Crawford Architecture and Designers. She teaches at Pratt Institute and the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

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