Staff -- Interior Design, 2/1/2004 12:00:00 AM
Boto Design Architects
"A Touch of Neutra," page 140
principal: Bret Thoeny.
completed projects: Bedford Falls production office, Michael Bay's production office, Playboy photo studios, Sony Music offices, Motown Records studios, Imagine Entertainment, the Kennedy/Marshall Company, Hans Zimmer's composing room, and KCET television studios, all in Los Angeles.
current projects: The Henry Béguelin shop and Company 3 postproduction office in New York; the Mossimo design studio in Los Angeles; residences in Aspen, Colorado, and Palm Springs, California.
the perfect architect: "One who's studied design and psychology."
the perfect firm: "A great designer, plus expert partners in finance, technology, and marketing."
619 Arizona Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310-451-2400; boto.com.
Elizabeth Burhop Design + Décor
"Sweet Smell of Success," page 152
principal: Elizabeth Burhop.
completed projects: Thruline Entertainment in Los Angeles; signage for the Humunculus broadcast-design firm; advertising campaigns for Lincoln and Lexus.
current projects: Restoring the interior of one of Charlie Chaplin's estates in Los Angeles.
car of choice: An Audi TT coupe in aviator gray.
fragrance of choice: Gardenia-scented Kai.
2261 Ronda Vista Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027; 323-660-6044; artdept.tv.
"A New Attitude," page 172
design principal: Collin Burry.
completed projects: The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in San Francisco; Dewey Ballantine in East Palo Alto, California; an Allsteel resource center in Dallas; Nokia offices in Vancouver, British Columbia.
current projects: The California Culinary Academy and Covington & Burling in San Francisco; the Hua Xia Bank in Shanghai.
honors: IIDA/Interior Design award; AIA/Business Week Award; Solutia Doc Award.
first steps: Growing up in foggy British Columbia.
first job: In sunny San Diego.
2 Harrison Street, 400, San Francisco, CA 94105; 415-433-3700.
"Shine On," page 166
principal: John Dutton.
completed projects: Monsieur Marcel Gourmet Market, Company 3 postproduction studios, a master plan for new entry buildings at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, gardens and patios for Patina restaurant and Kinara Spa, and residences, all in Los Angeles.
current projects: A screenplay library for the Writers Guild Foundation, the headquarters of New West Records, and a natural-foods restaurant and club, all in Los Angeles; houses in Los Angeles, Hawaii, and Vancouver, British Columbia.
favorite food, past: A good stew, such as a tagine with subtle North African flavors.
favorite food, present: Blueberry pancakes with his 3-year-old daughter.
7958 West Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323-653-0226.
Stanley Saitowitz Office/Natoma Architects
"Pushing the Envelope," page 158
principal: Stanley Saitowitz.
completed projects: The San Francisco Embarcadero Promenade, UCR/California Museum of Photography in Riverside, the Quady Winery in Madera, the Oxbow School in Napa, and residences, all in California; the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston.
current projects: A library at the University of California at Berkeley; the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Ontario; City Hall Plaza in Henderson, Nevada; synagogues in San Francisco and La Jolla, California; houses in Northern California.
honors: AIA Henry Bacon Medal for Memorial Architecture; Boston Society of Architects Harleston Parker Medal; an AIA San Francisco Design Award.
new and noteworthy: Among San Francisco's few contemporary buildings, Saitowitz points to downtown's high-rises as beacons of excellence.
new and not: New housing dressed in Victorian drag.
1022 Natoma Street, San Francisco, CA 94103; 415-626-8977.
Photographers in this issue
Eric Laignel ("Sit and Stay Awhile," page 132; "A Touch of Neutra," page 140; "Sweet Smell of Success," page 152; "Shine On," page 166; "A New Attitude," page 172), email@example.com.
Tim Griffith ("Pushing the Envelope," page 158), 739 27th Street, San Francisco, CA 94131; 415-640-1419.
Designers in Walk-Through
Escher GuneWardena Architecture ("Outside the Box," page 58), 815 Silverlake Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026; 323-665-9100; egarch.net.
Loebl Schlossman & Hackl ("A Healthy Alternative," page 62), 233 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3000, Chicago, IL 60601; 312-565-1800; lshdesign.com.
Photographers in Walk-Through
Eric Laignel ("Outside the Box," page 58), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bruce Van Inwegen ("A Healthy Alternative," page 62), 5427 North Bernard Street, Chicago, IL 60625; 773-583-4712.
Designers in Florida
Arquitectonica ("Another Magic Kingdom," page 89), 550 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131; 305-372-1812.
Eric Raffy Architecture and Design ("Pleasure Principle," page 98), 23 Rue Campagne Première, 75014 Paris, France; 33-1-45-33-69-74; email@example.com.
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership ("Another Magic Kingdom," page 89), 7 West 22nd Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10010; 212-989-2624.
Photographers in Florida
Dana Bowden Photography ("Another Magic Kingdom," page 89), 5811 Southwest 88th Street, Miami, FL 33156; 305-740-0902; danabowden.com.
Pep Escoda ("Pleasure Principle," page 98), 8 Compte, 43003 Tarragona, Spain; 34-977-222-263; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philippe Ruault ("Pleasure Principle," page 98), 23 Bis Rue Jean Jaurès, 44000 Nantes, France; 33-2-40-08-25-96.
Modular Arts manufactures the wall covering that concludes "Market" (November, page 59). This seamless sculptural paneling is carved gypsum. Robin Reigi, 601 West 26th Street, 2nd Mezzanine, New York, NY 10001; 212-924-5558; robin-reigi.com.
The Yemm & Hart product in "Eco-Friendly" (Fall Market, page 157) is Origins, made from recycled detergent bottles and milk jugs.