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Renowned photographer Parish Kohanim goes beyond the lens to create an artful rendition of Cédric Ragot’s signature Loop chairs.

Kohanim’s chairs, $1,200, available upon request, can be customized using any of the artist’s prints, like the “Japanese Ranunculus” shown here. 


For over 30 years, Parish Kohanim has amused art enthusiasts, architects and other spectators with his expansive portfolio of fine art photography. In 2004, Kohanim opened a local fine art studio in the heart of Midtown for displaying a variety of photographs channeling landscapes, florals, figuratives and more. His works have also graced the glossy pages of several publications like Time and Newsweek. “Photography has given me an expanded vision of the world, elevating my passion and appreciation for the majestic beauty of nature and all life,” says Kohanim. “There is no substitute that equals the profound pleasure, joy and fulfillment of documenting such essential beauty.”

The award-winning photographer partnered with Roche Bobois Atlanta to bring about a modern interpretation of Cédric Ragot’s iconic Loop chairs. The three-dimensional seats are a striking play on Kohanim’s Reflections theme, mirroring some of his most renowned works, including “Golden Peony” from his Floral series. Each print is applied onto an adhesive film, which is then expertly applied to the seats and backs of the translucent, polycarbonate chairs made through an intricate gas molding technique. And, of course, they can be customized. 333 Buckhead Ave. NE