Staff -- Interior Design, 2/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
"Bon Voyage," page 170
principal: Tim Murphy.
completed projects: Interiors for Parthenon Capital in San Francisco; a residence in Mill Valley, California.
current projects: The office for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and a mixed-use high-rise, both in San Francisco.
constant cravings: Flaming desserts, old wallpaper.
dream date: Lunch with Philip Johnson at Four Seasons.
465 California Street, 8th floor, San Francisco, CA, 94104; 415-986-1600; architecturetm.com.
Neil M. Denari Architects
"Name in Lights," page 184
principal: Neil M. Denari.
designer: Duks Koschitz.
completed projects: Bank of Tokyo–Mitsubishi; a residence in Los Angeles.
current projects: L.A. Eyeworks in Costa Mesa, California; Casey Kaplan gallery in New York; master plan for the Nashville Cultural Arts Project; a residence in Los Angeles.
honors: AIA National Honor Award, AIA Los Angeles design awards.
movie choice: For Denari, it's John Boorman's Point Blank.
music choice: For Koschitz, it's electronica by Pole, Oval, and Console.
12615 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90066; 310-390-3033.
Felderman Keatinge + Associates
"A Family Affair," page 162
partner: Stanley Felderman.
partner: Nancy Keatinge.
completed projects: Ahwahnee hotel in Yosemite National Park, California; Pillsbury Winthrop law office, MTV Networks and Walt Disney Studios sound stages, and residences, all in Los Angeles; hospitality and retail venues at Haneda Airport in Tokyo.
current projects: Brown Raysman Millstein Felder and Steiner law offices in New York and Los Angeles; BMG Music Publishing and Fastclick offices, both in Los Angeles; retail and hospitality venues for an airport in Nagoya, Japan.
honors: IIDA Calibre Awards, DuPont Antron Design awards, AIA Los Angeles Honor Award, Los Angeles Business Council award.
he says: "I find the house exhilarating. It embraces light and life."
she says: "It's a grownup house for kids."
1901 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, CA 90067; 310-449-4727.
"Outside the Box," page 154
managing partner: Michael White.
completed projects: Studios for Electronic Arts, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Home Video, MGM, and Fox, all in Los Angeles; Industrial Light & Magic studio in San Francisco.
current projects: Studios for Sony and Technicolor, Shangri-La Hotel, Red Bull North American headquarters, BCBG Max Azria headquarters, and Vivendi Universal offices, all in Los Angeles.
honors: AIA California Council design award, AIA Los Angeles design awards, Southern California Development Forum awards, Los Angeles Business Council design awards, IIDA Calibre Awards.
part one: White married architect Joanne Soto in 2004.
the sequel: They're expecting their first child this year.
1630 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-453-2800.
Glen Irani Architects
"Color by the Canal," page 176
principal: Glen Irani.
completed projects: Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Lena Medoyeff Studio LA, Shinano Kenshi Corporation headquarters and annex buildings, and Jin Patisserie, all in Los Angeles; Fisher Building in Sherman Oaks, California; residences in Los Angeles and Venice, California.
current projects: Strange Invisible Perfumes and Landmark Hotel, both in Los Angeles; residences in Southern California.
foreign ties: Irani lived in Italy for a year—nine months in Florence, three in Turin, zero in Venice.
tongue-tied: He finds little use for his Italian language skills now. His wife, Edith Beaucage, speaks French to their son, Marlo.
410 Sherman Canal, Venice, CA 90291; 310-305-8840.
"Bon Voyage," page 170
principal: Scott Kester.
completed projects: Sugarcane lounge and Libation restaurant and lounge, both in New York.
current projects: Boutique bakeries throughout Japan.
constant craving: Lighting tips from fashion magazines.
favorite ride: On his motorcyle for two months in Japan.
131 Varick Street, Suite 909, New York, NY 10013; 212-366-6904; scottkester.com.
"Unpainted Lady," page 192
principal: Peter Pfau.
completed projects: Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco; a residence in Pebble Beach, California.
current projects: Library for the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, in Sacramento; Berkeley Montessori School in California; a child-care center in San Francisco; a chapel and campus ministry center at Dominican University of California in San Rafael, California.
after hours: When not building for other people, Pfau does carpentry at his home, a 1950's modern residence in San Anselmo.
senior project manager: David Yama.
completed projects: Pavilions for Swatch at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta and at Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal; residences in San Francisco.
current projects: Berkeley Montessori School; a residence in Napa Valley.
after hours: Designing Tibetan wool rugs with his wife, Henni.
630 Third Street, Suite 200, San Francisco, CA 94107; 415-908-6408; pfauarchitecture.com.
William Rawn Associates, Architects
"Homegrown," page 198
principal: William L. Rawn.
principal: Doug Johnston.
completed projects: Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts; residence halls for Northeastern University in Boston; a campus center, theater, and chapel at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
current projects: Sonoma State University in Ronnert Park, California; music centers for the Santa Rosa Symphony in Santa Rosa, California, and for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
seven: The number of honor awards the firm has received from the AIA in the same number of years.
263: Combined years of design experience by the firm's 52 employees.
101 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108; 617-423-3470; williamrawnassociates.com.
"Homegrown," page 198
founder: Kimberley Nunn.
founder: Dan Worden.
completed projects: W San Diego, W Seattle, W Chicago (City Center and Lakeshore), and W New York hotels; public spaces for W San Francisco hotel.
current projects: W Dallas hotel; The Park, a retail and dining complex in San Francisco.
soft sell: Nunn and Worden each have 15 years of retail design experience.
parallel lives: Both have been the director of store design for Banana Republic.
720 Seminary Street, Napa, CA 94559; 707-258-1924; shopworksdesign.com.
Designers in walk-through
Gensler ("High Interest Rate," page 66), One Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 500, New York, NY 10020; 212-492-1400.
Vrinda Khanna, Robert Schultz ("What's in Store," page 62), 325 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231; 718-596-0457.
Designers in healthcare
Amie Gross Architects ("Good Joints," page 132), 22 East 49th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10017; 212-755-4010; amiegrossarchitects.com.
Guenther 5 Architects ("Building on the Past," page 127), 3 West 18th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10011; 212-941-9911; g5arch.com.
Photographers in this issue
Benny Chan ("Outside the Box," page 154; "Name in Lights," page 184), Fotoworks, 8885 Venice Boulevard, Suite 103, Los Angeles, CA 90034; 310-842-9446; fotoworks.cc.
Frederick Charles Photography ("Building on the Past," page 127), 145 Palisade Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522; 914-674-4044.
Rajat Dilwali ("What's in Store," page 62), Kinsey Bros., A-2 Connought Place, New Delhi, India 110001; email@example.com.
Art Gray ("A Family Affair," page 162; "Homegrown," page 198), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806.
Tim Griffith ("Unpainted Lady," page 192), 739 27th Street, San Francisco, CA 94131; 415-640-1419; timgriffith.com.
Mark Hundley ("Homegrown," page 198), 2345 Poppy Drive, Burlingame, CA 94010; 650-303-1148; hundleyphoto.com.
David Joseph ("High Interest Rate," page 66), Hillary Aiges represents; 212-247-2992.
Juergen Nogai ("Color by the Canal," page 176), 1239 11th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310-458-1250.
David Wakely ("Bon Voyage," page 170), 544 Vermont Street, San Francisco, CA 94107; 415-861-7503; davidwakely.com.
Adrian Wilson ("Building on the Past," page 127), 990 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10018; 212-729-7077; interiorphotography.net.
In "Pinups" (January, page 50), number 2 is Abri polyester-flame-retardant polyester in Alpine by Designtex.
Marco DiMaccio should have been credited as a designer in "What Lies Beneath" (February 2004, page 146).