Staff -- Interior Design, 6/1/2004 12:00:00 AM
"Bling Dynasty," page 130
principal: Anna Maria Jagdfeld.
completed projects: The Japanese embassy in Berlin; the Departmentstore Quartier 206 luxury mall in Berlin; the Kempinski Grand Hotel in Heiligendamm, Germany.
current projects: A day spa at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin; a thalassotherapy center in Heiligendamm; the Steigenberger Aparthotel in Zingst, Germany.
keeping entertained: Reading Paranoia by Joseph Finder.
keeping her perspective: Raising five children.
71 Friedrichstrasse, 10117 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-20-94-62-55; email@example.com.
Bothe Richter Teherani Architekten BDA
"Looking Sharp," page 170
principal: Jens Bothe.
principal: Kai Richter.
creative principal: Hadi Teherani.
completed projects: The Dorint Hotel in Hamburg, Germany; Swiss Re in Munich; the airport train station in Frankfurt.
current projects: Elbschloss and Jahreszeiten Verlag offices and the Europa Passage shopping mall in Hamburg.
honors: FIABCI Prix d'Excellence; Deutscher Stahlbaupreis; NEPIX Building Award; MIPIM Award.
interchangeable: Teherani has designed door pulls, light switches, and power outlets based on the same modular elements in steel and aluminum.
changeable: The three principals plan to move their office every five years.
1 Oberbaumbrücke, 20457 Hamburg, Germany; 49-40-24842-0; brt.de.
Walter Chatham Architects
"Slimmed Down for Summer," page 162
principal: Walter Chatham, FAIA.
completed projects: Houses in Seaside, Florida; a corporate guest house in Scott, Mississippi.
current projects: The Chatham, a residential tower at the Aqua development on Allison Island in Miami Beach; ICE and ICE2, residential towers built in collaboration with Oppenheim in Miami.
honors: Rome Prize; AIA National Honor Awards.
designing women: "All the big influences on me, including Martha Stewart, have been women. I think my work is somehow more feminine—I'm not afraid to say that."
man to man: Frank Lloyd Wright was a big influence, too.
580 Broadway, Suite 1001, New York, NY 10012; 212-925-2202.
"Putting the 'Green' in Green Door," page 156
founding principal: Kendall Wilson, AIA, IIDA.
completed projects: Greenpeace and Environmental Defense in Washington, D.C.; B&B Italia in New York.
current projects: Nusta Spa, the Society for Neuroscience, the APCO office of government affairs, and the Center for American Progress, all in Washington, D.C.; a collaboration with Herman Miller on a prototype sustainable workplace at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
honors: AIA Northern Virginia and District of Columbia Chapters Design Awards; IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter awards; IIDA Leadership Award.
soapbox: "Designers have an obligation to rethink everything in terms of environmental impact."
pet peeve: "The prevailing disposability mind-set."
1211 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20036; 202-775-9000.
Pugh + Scarpa Architecture
"The Name Says It All," page 138
principal: Lawrence Scarpa, AIA.
completed projects: The Bergamot Station Arts Center, the Santa Monica Museum of Art, the Colorado Court apartments, Jersey Films, and Bedford Falls, all in Los Angeles; vice provost offices at Stanford University in California.
current projects: The City of Santa Monica visitors' center, Santa Monica College's student-activities building and bookstore, the Getty Conservation Institute viewing pavilion, and film studios for Jigsaw and Co-op, all in Los Angeles.
honors: National AIA Honor Awards; AIA California Chapter Honor Awards; a National Endowment for the Arts grant.
go, gator: Scarpa received his bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture at the University of Florida.
why west: "My wife, who went to graduate school at SCI-Arc."
2525 Michigan Avenue, Building F1, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-828-0226; pugh-scarpa.com.
Matteo Thun Partners
"Ahead of the Curve," page 146
principal: Matteo Thun.
completed projects: The Side hotel in Hamburg, Germany; the P1 Lounge & Club in Munich; Dunkin' Donuts in Berlin and Rome; Missoni in Milan; Pergola Resort in Merano, Italy; Piaggiospace worldwide retail concept; Heidi's and O' Sole Mio prefabricated housing; products for Catalano, Illy Caffé, Jacques Lemans, Rapsel, Rossi di Albizzate, and Xelibri.
current projects: A Radisson SAS Hotels & Resorts boutique property in Düsseldorf, Germany; a thermal bath in Merano.
honors: Gala Spa Award; Design Industriale Forma Forum.
all things: "We design anything from a wristwatch to a hotel."
to all people: "We try to promote sustainability."
9 Via Appiani, 20121 Milan, Italy; 39-02-655691; matteothun.com.
Sarah Walker Design Studio
"The Name Says It All," page 138
principal: Sarah Walker.
completed projects: Handprint Entertainment, the Firm, and Thirsty.com, all in Los Angeles; residences in Los Angeles, New York, and East Hampton, New York.
current projects: Residences in New York, Los Angeles, and Lake Arrowhead, California.
educational preference: Hands-on experience in lieu of classroom theorizing.
professional preference: Projects with defined parameters and expectations.
5675 Holly Oak Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068; 323-462-1756.
Photographers in this issue
Mark Robert Halper ("The Name Says It All," page 138), 1543 Westerly Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90026; 888-273-2838; studiomark.com.
Ken Hayden ("Bling Dynasty," page 130), 151A Sydney Street, London SW3 6NT, U.K.; 44-20-7376-3219; kenhayden.com.
Thierry Malty ("Ahead of the Curve," page 146), 4 Rue Levert, 75020 Paris, France; c/o firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Moran Photography ("Putting the 'Green' in Green Door," page 156), 371 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-334-4543; email@example.com.
Lars Pillmann Photography ("Looking Sharp," page 170), 29 Rue George Sand, 75016 Paris, France; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marvin Rand ("The Name Says It All," page 138), 1310 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291; 310-396-3441.
Kris Tamburello ("Slimmed Down for Summer," page 162), 917-602-4470; email@example.com.
Designers in Walk-through
Mass Studies ("Living on the Edge," page 72), 683-140 Hannam 2-Dong, Fuji Building, 4th Floor, Yongsan-Gu, Seoul, 140-892, South Korea; 82-2-790-6528.
Slade Architecture ("Living on the Edge," page 72), 367 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10009; 212-677-6380.
Teng & Associates ("In the Pink," page 76), 205 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60601; 312-616-7379.
Photographers in Walk-through
Barbara Karant ("In the Pink," page 76), Karant + Associates, 400 North May Street, Chicago, IL 60622; 312-733-0891; karant.com.
Yong-Kwan Kim ("Living on the Edge," page 72), 98-20 Unni-Dong, Samwhan Building, 3F, Jongno-Gu, Seoul, 110-742, South Korea; 82-2-747-2892.
Designers in Eco
Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists ("Superstar Treatment," page 103), 180 East California Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91105; 626-844-2400; mparchitects.com.
Dennis Wedlick Architect ("Conscience of the Campus," page 110), 85 Worth Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-625-9222.
Photographers in Eco
Will Faller ("Conscience of the Campus," page 110), P.O. Box 130, Saugerties, NY 12477; 845-340-1070.
Jeff Goldberg ("Conscience of the Campus," page 110), Esto, 222 Valley Place, Mamaroneck, NY 10543; 914-698-4060.
Tim Street-Porter ("Superstar Treatment," page 103), 2074 Watsonia Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90068; 323-549-0122; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designer in Centerfold
Parallel Design ("At the Hotel Chelsea, There's Room To Grow," page 123), 416 West 13th Street, Suite 316C, New York, NY 10014; 212-989-4959; alitayar.com.
Photographer in Centerfold
Eric Laignel ("At the Hotel Chelsea, There's Room To Grow," page 123), email@example.com.
The SmithGroup-designed Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Molecular Foundry featured in "News Desk" (April, page 39) has not yet qualified for a silver LEED certification.
The phone number for Kova Textiles, featured in "Fabric & Wall Covering" (Market Tabloid, page 45), is 212-254-7591.
A KitchenAid cooktop pictured in "Kitchen & Bath" (Market Tabloid, page 157) is the Architect series's Classic Commercial Style.
In "Building Materials" (Market Tabloid, page 181), the Euro Tile image shows Ceramica di Treviso's Georiflessi, available through EX, 155 East 56th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-758-2593; exinc.org or ceramicaditreviso.it. In the same story, Brix tiles are available through AF New York, 22 West 21st Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10010; 212-243-5400; afnewyork.com or italytile.com.