Carrie Norman is a co-founder of the New York and Chicago-based design collaborative Norman Kelley. The practice’s professional and theoretical work re-examines architecture and design’s relationship to vision, prompting observers to see nuance in the familiar. Norman Kelley has contributed work to the 14th Venice Architecture Biennial (2014) and the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial (2015). The practice was a recipient of the Architecture League of New York Young Architect’s Prize (2014). The practice’s design work, which includes a collection of American Windsor chairs, is currently represented by Volume Gallery in Chicago.
Norman received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with Honors from the University of Virginia and a Master in Architecture from Princeton University. She is a licensed architect in the state of New York, and previously worked as a Senior Architect with SHoP Architects, in New York City. She has previously taught design studios and representation seminars at New Jersey Institute of Technology, Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Barnard College, and the University of Pennsylvania.