Staff -- Interior Design, 11/1/2007 12:00:00 AM
"The House of Tomorrow," page 276
principal: Hagy Belzberg, AIA.
previously seen in: August 2007.
1501 Colorado Avenue, Suite B, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-453-9611; belzbergarchitects.com.
Neil M. Denari Architects
"Banking on Design," page 268
principal: Neil M. Denari.
completed projects: L.A. Eyeworks, Endeavor talent agency, an installation at SCI-Arc, and a residence, all in Los Angeles.
current projects: An apartment in L.A.; a condominium building in New York; an office and condominium complex inAlmaty, Kazakhstan; a commercial-entertainment development in Ningbo, China.
honors: Five national and L.A. AIA honor awards.
la-la land: Denari likes L.A.'s Asakuma restaurant so much that he's hired it to cater parties at his house.
land of the rising sun: When in Tokyo, he eats at Tonki.
12615 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90066; 310-390-3033; nmda-inc.com.
"Belle Epoque Goes High-Tech," page 328
partner: Sylvain Dubuisson.
completed projects: Toraya restaurant and furniture for the Ministère de la Culture et Communication in Paris; Cartier boutiques in Paris and London.
current projects: A facade for Cartier in Tokyo; a porcelain cup and saucer for Bernardaud.
honors: Grand Prix National de la Création Industrielle.
nature: Both Dubuisson's grandfathers and his father were architects.
nurture: He draws inspiration from Franz Kafka and Arthur Rimbaud.
11 Quai Paul Doumer, 92400 Courbevoie, France; 33-1-47-89-08-87; dubuisson.fr.
"Top of the Charts," page 318
principal: Ken Wilson.
completed projects: Society for Neuroscience, Green Door community center, Aveda Institute, Nusta Spa, and SoundExchange, all in Washington, D.C.; National Datacast in Crystal City, Virginia.
current projects: Apple government-affairs office in Washington; IIDA at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago; a town house in Park City, Utah.
honors: IIDA Presidential Commendation and Leadership Award.
latest concert: Eric Clapton.
latest download: Mess by Fila Brazillia.
1211 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20036; 202-775-9000; envisionsite.com.
"Belle Epoque Goes High-Tech," page 328
principal: Hervé Descottes.
completed projects: Van Cleef & Arpels in Paris; Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles; Kiasma museum in Helsinki, Finland; Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.
current projects: Lincoln Center redevelopment and High Line park in New York; a mixed-use complex in Beijing; residential and commercial buildings in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
honors: AIA honor award; Art Commission of the City of New York Award for Excellence in Design.
in town: Keeping up to date on contemporary art.
on the road: Seeking out bright locations—think Zanzibar, Tanzania.
295 Lafayette Street, Suite 915, New York, NY 10012; 212-255-4463; lobsintl.com.
"The Next Generation," page 260
principal: Dieter Brell.
principal: Andreas Lauhoff.
principal: Stephan Lauhoff.
completed projects: CocoonClub in Frankfurt; salt-mine visitor center in Berchtesgaden, Germany; soccer exhibition for FIFA World Cup; exhibition stands for DaimlerChrysler, Autostadt, MTV Networks, and Credit Suisse Group.
current projects: Space theater and lounge at the Palazzo hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
passion: For Brell, it's the trashy design of 1990's Las Vegas.
passion: Andreas Lauhoff snowboards and kiteboards.
passion: Stephan Lauhoff runs marathons—he came in 3,122nd place in his latest one.
74 Schwalbacher Strasse, 65183 Wiesbaden, Germany; 49-611-952205; 3deluxe.de.
"On the Cutting Edge," page 286
principal architect: Ben van Berkel.
completed projects: Erasmus bridge in Rotterdam, Netherlands; Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany; Circle sofa for Walter Knoll.
current projects: A research laboratory in Groningen, Netherlands; a theater in Graz, Austria; an apartment and a residential tower in New York.
art: Van Berkel is inspired by the work of video artist Pipilotti Rist.
leisure: He spends Sundays reading five international newspapers.
113 Stadhouderskade, 1070 AJ, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 31-20-570-20-40; unstudio.com.
Photographers in this issue
Monica Castiglioni ("The Future Is Now," page 306), 33 Via Fara, 20124 Milan, Italy; 39-02-670-0203; anthias.it.
Benny Chan ("The House of Tomorrow," page 276), Fotoworks, 5069 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90016; 323-730-0100; fotoworks.cc.
Florian Kresse ("The Next Generation," page 260), 5 Klarenthaler Strasse, 65197 Wiesbaden, Germany; 49-172-67-63-488; floriankresse.com.
Eric Laignel ("Top of the Charts," page 318; "Belle Epoque Goes High Tech," page 328), ericlaignel.com.
Emanuel Raab ("The Next Generation," page 260), 6 Schenkendorfstrasse, 65187 Wiesbaden, Germany; 49-611-842706; emanuelraab.de.
Christian Richters ("On the Cutting Edge," page 286), 49-251-277447.
Jonathan Savoie ("Banking on Design," page 268), nomadicluxury.com.
Kozo Takayama ("Banking on Design," page 268), Tank Co., 81-3-5724-5051.
Wade Zimmerman ("On the Cutting Edge," page 286), 9 East 97th Street, New York, NY 10029; 212-427-8784.
Designers in Walk-Through
ACXT ("Up on the Roof," page 100), 3 Avenida Lehendakari Aguirre, 48014 Bilbao, Spain; 34-94-476-2014; acxt.net.
Burdifilek ("Fashion Forward," page 80), 183 Bathurst Street, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario M5T 2R7, Canada; 416-703-4334.
Fusionarchitects ("A Dazzling Performance," page 90), 21 Jersey Road, London E11 4BL, U.K.; 44-20-3208-0170; fusion-architects.co.uk.
Plasma Studio ("The Avant-Garde Moves Ahead," page 110), 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN U.K.; 44-20-7812-9875; plasmastudio.com.
Philippe Rahm Architects ("The Avant-Garde Moves Ahead," page 110), 12 Rue Chabanais, 75002 Paris, France; 33-1-49-26-91-55; philipperahm.com.
Photographers in Walk-Through
Michelle Litvin ("The Avant-Garde Moves Ahead," page 110), 1827 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60608; 312-933-9113; michellelitvin.com.
Adam Mørk ("Up on the Roof," page 100), 15 Esromgade, 2200 Copenhagen, Denmark; 45-35-85-81-60; adammork.dk.
Klemens Ortmeyer ("A Dazzling Performance," page 90), 22 Marienstrasse, 38104 Braunschweig, Germany; 49-531-7013993; ortmeyer.de.
Ben Rahn ("Fashion Forward," page 80), A-Frame, 9 Davies Avenue, Suite 303, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2A6, Canada; 416-465-2426; aframestudio.com.
Designers in Talents
Ball-Nogues Studio ("Masters of the Ephemeral," page 152), 1454/ Echo Park Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90026; 213-458-3673; ball-nogues.com.
CJ Studio ("Right on Key," page 178), 260 Kwang-fu South Road, 54, 106 Taipei, Taiwan; 886-2-2773-8366; shi-chieh-lu.com.
John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects ("Digital to Ecological," page 160), 701 East Third Street, Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213-253-4760; jfak.net.
Sciskew Collaborative ("From a New Slant," page 166), 185 Wulumuqi Road, 3F, Shanghai 200031, China; 86-21-64319253; sciskew.com.
SHoP Architects ("The Fab Five," page 172), 11 Park Place, Penthouse, New York, NY 10007; 212-889-9005; shoparc.com.
Designers in Health Care
Heatherwick Studio ("Thinking Outside the Box," page 216), 16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG, U.K.; 44-20-7833-8800; heatherwick.com.
Ippolito Fleitz Group ("Heaven Can Wait," page 208), 67B Bismarckstrasse, 70197 Stuttgart, Germany; 49-711-993392-330; ifgroup.org.
Photographers in Health Care
Zooey Braun ("Heaven Can Wait," page 208), 51 Römerstrasse, 70180 Stuttgart, Germany; 49-711-6400-361; zooeybraun.de.
Edmund Sumner ("Thinking Outside the Box," page 216), View, 14 Dove Centre, 109 Bartholomew Road, London NW5 2BJ, U.K.; 44-20-7284-2928; viewpictures.co.uk.
Designers in Centerfold
Studio Arne Quinze ("Brussels Sprouts," page 251), 113A Walle, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium; 32-56-240598; quinzeandmilan.tv.
Troublemakers Factory ("Brussels Sprouts," page 251), 319 Grand Street, 3D, New York, NY 10002; firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the office of MR Architecture + Decor, featured in "All in a Day's Work" (September, page 266), Soraya fabricated the conference table's base and the blackened-steel shelving throughout.
An incorrect photograph appeared in "Brushes With Greatness" (October, page 191), which presented finalists for the Gold Key Awards for Excellence in Hospitality Design. In the bar/lounge cate gory, the Jeffrey Beers International project shown was not Sea Glass lounge, the winner, but Mosaic restaurant next door. The correct Sea Glass shot appears below.
In "Seating" (Market Tabloid, page 75), the Web site for Ligne Roset should have read ligne-roset-usa.com.
In "Fabric" (Market Tabloid, page 103), the name of the company producing Carapace, Spiro, and Lava should have been printed as P/Kaufmann Contract. The phone number is 212-292-2200.