Rogan Gregory: The Result is Not the Answer Rogan Gregory, with contributions by Edwina von Gal, Stanford Gregory, Tremaine Gregory, Pamela Shamshiri, and Evan Snyderman

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The first monograph of Rogan Gregory, the artist/designer on the forefront of contemporary organic form-making

Rogan Gregory’s work pushes boundaries across media and scale – from miniature bronze animal forms to towering sculptures and furniture in innovative aggregated materials. Gregory’s iterative process and life-long interests in abstract forms, geology, and evolutionary biology allow him to develop an organic aesthetic unlike that of any designer working today.

This debut monograph explores Gregory’s work through the elemental inspirations that condition his work. Contributions by landscape architect Edwina von Gal, interior designer Pamela Shamshiri, and conservation biologist Tremaine Gregory reflect the synthesis of disciplines Gregory brings to his practice. Co-published with R & Company, this book is an object in its own right, incorporating Gregory’s design and materials sensibilities.

Specifications:

  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 280 × 228 mm (11 × in)
  • Pages: 208 pp
  • Illustrations: 150 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781580936095

Rogan Gregory's work pushes boundaries across media and scale - from miniature bronze animal forms to towering sculptures and furniture in innovative aggregated materials. Gregory's iterative process and life-long interests in abstract forms, geology, and evolutionary biology allow him to develop an organic aesthetic unlike that of any designer working today. This debut monograph explores Gregory's work through the elemental inspirations that condition his work. Contributions by landscape architect Edwina von Gal, interior designer Pamela Shamshiri, and conservation biologist Tremaine Gregory reflect the synthesis of disciplines Gregory brings to his practice.

Rogan Gregory began his career in New York City as a design consultant for luxury fashion brands, and later as an acclaimed designer in his own right. He later explored furniture and object design, with solo exhibitions at R & Company in 2016 and 2018. He has been featured in multiple media outlets, including Architectural Digest and The Wall Street Journal.