Q: Oscar-Worthy Design
Mark McMenamin and Meghan Edwards, Edited by Annie Block -- Interior Design, 2/1/2010 12:00:00 AM
Q: As the red carpet is readied for the Academy Awards, we asked, "Which 2009 film should snag an Oscar for design?"
"A Single Man. As far as design goes, you don't get better than Tom Ford. The sets and, of course, the costumes were breathtaking." —Palmer Early of Architects & Heroes Interiors
"Star Trek. The bridge is state-of-the-art cool, and Captain Kirk's chair is amazing. We named our new swivel chair after it." —Bob Williams of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
"Inglourious Basterds. Loved the theater slashed with Nazi red and the Leni Riefenstahl—esque climax." —Siobhan Barry of Icrave Design
"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It awed me with its colors and fabrics. And what about those table settings?" —Michelle Williams of Michelle Williams Interiors
"The Young Victoria. It was an absolutely accurate portrayal of the era, without Americanization." —Kevin Isbell of Kevin Isbell Interiors
Next Q: For our fashion issue, we're wondering, "Which clothing designer has made the smoothest transition to interiors?" E-mail us email@example.com.