AUBURN, ME - Thos. Moser, makers of fine furniture, handcrafted in Maine, is proud to introduce Chloe Kregling as the newest member of the Moser Contract team.
“Chloe’s experience in designing for the residential and contract markets will be a valued asset as we continue to grow our contract project market,” says Aaron Moser, Director of Moser Contract. “She will take a key role within the company, assisting on project design, product specifications and working with our director of design & product development to design furniture and spaces that meet the needs of our clients in the library, hospitality, university and government sectors.”
Mrs. Kregling’s familiarity with managing projects of varying sizes and types complements the variety and scale of Moser Contract projects. Most recently, those projects have included the George W. Bush Presidential Library, the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, N.C. State University, the Princeton Theological Seminary Library and the Park Hyatt Washington, D.C.
“I moved to Maine with the hopes of working for a company like Thos Moser,” says Kregling. “Their respect of material and simplicity in design have always been virtues of mine,” I am delighted to be here and to be learning all of the nuances of crafting fine furniture.”
A graduate of the Syracuse University School of Architecture with a professional Bachelor of Architecture degree, Mrs. Kregling’s experience includes time with firms Knight Architecture LLC in New Haven, Connecticut, and Visconti Architecture in Bedford Hills, New York. Most recently, Kregling worked for AKDO Intertrade in the company’s New York City, Boston and Greater New England markets.
Kregling possesses a deep knowledge of the architectural and design industry and is a regular professional presenter at various chapter and conference programs including for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).
About Thos. Moser and MOSER Contract
Based in Maine, Thos. Moser is 100% American-designed, engineered and built. Formally simple yet sophisticated, Thos. Moser furniture highlights the natural beauty of wood with unembellished, graceful lines and echoes of numerous antique traditions and contemporary influences – ranging from Shaker, Arts & Crafts, Mission, German Bauhaus and Danish Modern. As experts in engineering and building with solid wood, the company draws from 40 years of experience in crafting furniture designed to last a lifetime. A dedication to exquisite design and exceptional craftsmanship is intended to transform a workspace or home into an inspiring environment. Each piece of Thos. Moser furniture uses carefully selected, sustainably harvested American hardwoods obtained within 350 miles of the Maine workshop. Thos. Moser’s work can be seen in hundreds of libraries across the country, including the George W. Bush Presidential Library. For more information, visit www.thosmoser.com or www.mosercontract.com.
Source: Thos. Moser
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