Staff -- Interior Design, 10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM
Chu + Gooding Architects
"Sharing the Spotlight," page 190
principal: Annie Chu.
principal: Rick Gooding.
completed projects: Remodeling an H.H. Harris house, projects for the J. Paul Getty Center, and an R.M. Schindler exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, all in Los Angeles; the Kentucky Museum of Arts + Design in Louisville.
current projects: Residences in Los Angeles and Ventura, California; an expansion plan for the Museum of History and Art in Ontario, California.
honors: National AIA Interior Architecture Honor Awards; an AIA California Council Interiors Merit Award; an AIA/Next L.A. Award; an Inland AIA Merit Award; an AICA–International Association of Art Critics Award.
she likes to read: David Batchelor's Chromophobia, William McDonough and Michael Braungart's Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things, and James P. Carse's Finite and Infinite Games.
he likes to watch: Soccer on TV.
2020 North Main Street, Suite 13, Los Angeles, CA 90031; 323-222-6268.
Feldmann + Schultchen Design
"In the Spirit," page 170
principal: André Feldmann.
principal: Arne Jacob Schultchen.
completed projects: Packaging for Tee Jays T-shirts; a corporate identity for the Bluwi Blunck und Will sound-design company; a design concept for a solar furnace, in cooperation with the Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik.
current projects: Philip Morris International in Lausanne, Switzerland, and Munich; branding and packaging for Bacardi.
yuletide offering: Their foldable Christmas tree for Brainbox—selected by Philippe Starck for the 1997 International Design Yearbook 12.
yuletide celebrations: Imaginative staff Christmas parties, such as deep-sea fishing and a trip to the beach to play with remote-control model planes.
6 Rehmstrasse, 22299 Hamburg, Germany; 49-40-510000.
"Hide and Seek," page 162
co-owner: Olaf Kunkat.
completed projects: Boston Consulting Group, Bombardier Transportation, and the Tietz department store, all in Berlin.
current projects: A series of floating residences for Berlin's canals.
family business: Joining his father's commercial real-estate firm after receiving architecture degrees from the Technische Universität München and Braunschweig.
family life: Hoping to design a freestanding cube of a house for himself, his wife, and their children.
11 Johannisstrasse, 10117 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-280-0840.
Mansilla + Tuñón Arquitectos
"Store of Knowledge," page 196
principal: Luis M. Mansilla.principal: Emilio Tuñón.
completed projects: The Auditorio Ciudad de León and Museo Provincial de Arqueología y Bellas Artes de Zamora, both in Spain.
current projects: The Museo de las Colecciones Reales de Madrid and Museo de Cantabria in Spain.
formation: Mansilla and Tuñón both trained with Rafael Moneo, working on his Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and Atocha train station in Madrid.
forms: Strict geometry is always the starting point for Mansilla and Tuñón—think an art museum based on a square and a parallelepiped.
11 Calle Rios Rosas, 28003 Madrid, Spain; 34-91-399-0077.
"A Is for Astonishing," page 184
principal: Frédéric Méchiche.
completed projects: The Sofitel Trocadero Dokhan's and Sofitel Astor hotels in Paris; a town house in London; a castle in Vaud, Switzerland.
current projects: A town house in Beirut, Lebanon; an apartment in Paris; an estate in Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat, France.
avant-garde: Collecting work by Nan Goldin and Andres Serrano.
timeless: His terra-cotta Djenné statuettes and a Kuba mask that once belonged to Alberto Giacometti.
4 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris, France; 33-1-42-78-78-28.
"A Desert Mirage," page 204
principal: Doug Nickless.
completed projects: Residences in Chicago, Florida, Michigan, California, and Wisconsin; the Colin of London hair salon and Cochran, Cherry, Givens, Smith & Montgomery law office in Chicago.
current projects: Residences in Chicago.
start: "I'm a design-school dropout."
finish: "As long as my clients are still talking to me when the project is complete, I'm happy!"
108 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-755-1855.
Patrick Tighe Architecture
"From Capri to California," page 176
principal: Patrick Tighe.
completed projects: The Art Form Gallery and Pinnacle office suites in Los Angeles; a ranch in Wimberley, Texas; residences nationwide.
current projects: A community center and art galleries in Los Angeles; residences in Southern California; a residential development on Anguilla, British West Indies.
honors: National AIA Honor Awards; Los Angeles AIA Honors.
inspiration from the past: Henry David Thoreau, Kurt Schwitters, and John Coltrane, artists whose work remains new through the centuries. inspiration for the future: His children, as they discover the world. 171 Pier Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-8823; tighearchitecture.com.
Designers in hospitality
Kerry Hill Architects
"Peace of the Heavenly Nymphs," page 218
principal: Kerry Hill.
completed projects: The Amanusa and Serai resorts in Bali, Indonesia. The Chedi resort in Bandung, Indonesia. The ITC Sonar Bangla Hotel in Calcutta. Residences in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Perth, Australia.
current projects: Residences and hotels in Australia, Bhutan, India, Japan, and Singapore.
honors: The Aga Khan Award for Architecture; the Kenneth F. Brown Asia Pacific Culture and Architecture Design Award.
home sweet home: Leaving his native Australia to settle in Singapore 30 years ago.
home away from home: "As hospitality designers, we can't tell you what homey means. It's for you to decide."
29 Cantonment Road, Singapore 089746; 65-6323-5400.
"Sinfully Luxurious," page 228
principal: Adam Tihany.
completed projects: Le Cirque 2000 and Jean-Georges restaurants, Time hotel, and Fred Leighton Rare Collectible Jewels, all in New York. Wolfgang Puck Spago restaurants in Las Vegas; Chicago; Palo Alto, California; and Mexico City. Restaurant Lafite in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
current projects: French Laundry restaurant in New York. Boscolo Hotels properties in Prague; Budapest; and Nice, France. Le Cirque in Mexico City; the Excelsior Restaurant in Boston.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; honorary doctorate in fine arts from the New York School of Interior Design.
what's in: "It's good to see Italians importing contemporary design instead of just exporting it."
what's out: "Rome is hot—Milan is not."
135 West 27th Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10001; 212-366-5544.
"Wonder Twin Power," page 240
principal: George Yabu.
principal: Glenn Pushelberg.
completed projects: The W New York–Times Square hotel, Blue Fin and Dos Caminos restaurants, and Amore Pacific spa, all in New York; Fiamma Trattoria in Las Vegas; a Four Seasons Hotel in Tokyo.
current projects: A Kate Spade flagship in New York; a Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong; a resort in the Seychelles.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; a James Beard Foundation award for excellence in restaurant design.
favorite hotel: Blakes in Amsterdam, by Anouska Hempel.
dream hotel: A place in New York that's modern and luxurious. "The city deserves one," says Pushelberg. "I'd like to make it."
55 Booth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2M3, Canada; 416-778-9779. 138 Spring Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10012; 212-226-0808.
Designers in Walk-Through
Bottom Duvivier ("Theater in the Round," page 66), 2603 Broadway, Redwood City, CA 94063; 650-361-1209.
John Ronan Architect ("Design Hits a High Note," page 58), 320 West Ohio Street, 4E, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-951-6600; jrarch.com.
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop ("Theater in the Round," page 66), 817 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94710; 510-841-9000; tgharchs.com.
Scott Weinkle Architect ("Blast From the Past," page 62), 97 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10003; 212-353-0448; weinkle.com.
Designers in workplace
Erick van Egeraat Associated Architects ("Keeping Ahead of the Curve," page 85), 3 Calandstraat, 3016 CA Rotterdam, the Netherlands; 31-10-436-9686; eea-architects.com.
Gensler ("Strategy Session," page 88), 30 West Monroe Street, Suite 400, Chicago, IL 60603; 312-456-0123.
Guillermo Gomez Architect ("A New Show in Town," page 102), 119 East 64th Street, Suite 4A, New York, NY 10021; 212-628-7276.
Nolé Marin ("Getting More Play Time," page 98), 404 East 66th Street, 8K, New York, NY 10021; 212-879-3280.
Park Associati ("Times Square am Main," page 92), 1 Via Goldoni, 20129 Milan, Italy; 39-02-7600-1534; parkassociati.it.
Designers in kitchen & bath
Charnock & Company ("Kitchen in Disguise," page 126), 303 Park Avenue South, 318, New York, NY 10010; 212-260-7900.
Bill Peterson, Architect ("The Great Divide," page 111), 121 East 10th Street, 6D, New York, NY 10003, 212-353-9122.
Studio Marco Piva ("Temptation Sensation," page 122), 9 Via Maiocchi, 20129 Milan, Italy; 39-02-29-400814.
Vrooom! Designtribe ("Full Speed Ahead," page 116), 1717 North Bay Shore Drive, PH-PA 57, Miami, FL 33132; 786-525-6709.
Designer in centerfold
Gisela Stromeyer Designs ("Quite a Stretch," page 156), 165 Duane Street, 2B, New York, NY 10013; 212-406-9452.
In "Lighting" (August, page 93), Danish designer Kasper Larsen's piece should have been identified as a floor lamp.
The phone number for El: Environmental Language, which appeared in "Market" (September, page 97), is 847-382-9285.
Elizabeth Felicella photographed "Prize Possessions" (September, page 226).
For the Gensler project covered in "Glitz and Gravitas" (September, page 238), Margo Grant Walsh was partner in charge.