Staff -- Interior Design, 1/1/2004 12:00:00 AM
Matali Crasset Productions
"All Together Now," page 178
principal: Matali Crasset.
previously seen in: June 2003.
26 Rue du Buisson Saint Louis, 75010 Paris, France; 33-1-42-40-99-89.
Frankel + Coleman
"First-Person, Architectural," page 192
design partner: Neil Frankel, FAIA, FIIDA.
completed projects: A residence in Carefree, Arizona; a furniture series for Knoll; an academic master plan and learning-center prototypes for public schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
current projects: A residence in Evanston, Illinois; serving as visiting design critic for the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; member of the Presidential Awards for Design Excellence jury; chair of the Interior Architecture Honor Awards jury.
where: Leading a group of University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee architecture and urban-planning students for a semester in Milan.
why: Teaching in a setting immersed in a broad culture of design.
727 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60605; 312-697-1620.
"The Verdict Is Unanimous," page 200
senior associate, design director: Armando Iarussi.
completed projects: The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Dubai International Finance Center in the United Arab Emirates; Royal & SunAlliance Worldwide Group in London; the Avant-Seine II office building in Paris.
current projects: Sidley Austin Brown & Wood in London.
eureka moment: "Good design can be created. Great design must be discovered."
senior associate: Jose Sirera, RIBA.
completed projects: An office development in London; a financial-services training facility in Zurich; the Nestlé headquarters in Croydon, U.K.
current projects: Qatar Petroleum in Doha; the Millennium Hotel in Ankara, Turkey.
eureka moment: Sirera got interested in architecture when his high-school art teacher assigned geometric drawings "instead of flowers or people or cats."
Roman House, Wood Street, London EC2Y 5BA, U.K; 44-20-7330-9600.
"Too Cool for School," page 168
president, ceo: Helmut Jahn, FAIA.
completed projects: Deutsche Post in Bonn; Bayer AG Konzernzentrale in Leverkusen, Germany; the Shanghai International Expo Center.
current projects: An office tower in Singen, Germany; Focus Media in Rostock, Germany; the North Texas Tollway Authority in Plano; the face and terminals one, two, and three at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
honors: Owens-Corning Fiberglass Energy Conservation Award; Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize; Reliance Development Group and R.S. Reynolds Memorial for Distinguished Architecture.
sailboat's name: Flash Gordon.
sailboat's game: Eight to 10 world-class races per year.
35 East Wacker Drive, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60601; 312-427-7300.
"Healing Properties," page 186
partner: Rysia Suchecka, AIA.
completed projects: The Swedish Medical Center tower addition, the University of Washington Medical Center surgery pavilion, and the Seattle Justice Center, all in Seattle.
current projects: A medical center in Phoenix; Residences at Liberty Tower in Jersey City; Residences at Marina Bay in Singapore; Grand Hotel Efes in Izmir, Turkey.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; AIA Alaska Honor Award; Modern Healthcare Award.
in the wild: Heli-skiing in Canada.
partner: Richard Dallam, AIA.
completed projects: The Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage; the Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle; the Naval Hospital Bremerton in Washington.
current projects: The Harborview Medical Center and Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle; the University of California, Irvine, Medical Center; a hospital in Novi, Michigan.
honors: AIA Alaska Honor Award; AIA Seattle Honor Award; Modern Healthcare Award.
in the wild: Camping with his children on Mount Rainier, Washington.
111 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104; 206-223-5555.
Office for Metropolitan Architecture
"Too Cool for School," page 168
partner: Rem Koolhaas.
completed projects: The Dutch embassy in Berlin; Prada in New York; a residence in Bordeaux, France.
current projects: The Seattle Public Library; the Casa da Musica in Porto, Portugal; the Central Chinese Television headquarters and cultural center in Beijing.
honors: Pritzker Architecture Prize; Royal Gold Medal; Praemium Imperiale.
personal priority: Swimming every day.
global priority: Politics, politics, and more politics.
149 Heer Bokelweg, 3032 AD Rotterdam, Netherlands; 31-10-24-38-200; oma.nl.
"Steps Ahead," page 208
principal: Annabelle Selldorf.
completed projects: The Neue Galerie New York; the Barbara Gladstone and Zwirner & Wirth galleries; art studios for Jeff Koons, Eric Fischl, and David Salle; temporary exhibition space for Christie's; and residences, all in New York.
current projects: Residences in the U.S. and London; the Hauser & Wirth gallery in London; a gallery building in New York.
reading list: Fyodor Dostoyevsky's The Idiot.
listening list: From Annie Lennox to Leif Ove Adsnes.
62 White Street, New York, NY 10013; 212-219-9571; selldorf.com.
Photographers in this issue
Assassi Productions ("Healing Properties," page 186), P.O. Box 3651, Santa Barbara, CA 93130; 805-895-7703; assassi.com.
Jean-François Jaussaud ("All Together Now," page 178), 118 Boulevard de Verdun, 94120 Fontenay-sous-Bois, France; 33-1-41-95-87-80.
Eric Laignel ("First-Person, Architectural," page 192), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michelle Litvin ("Too Cool for School," page 168), 1827 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60608; 312-421-9242; michellelitvin.com.
Timothy Soar ("The Verdict Is Unanimous," page 200), 44-1842-878773; email@example.com.
Adrian Wilson ("Steps Ahead," page 208), 50 South Fourth Street, 203, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 718-599-1344; interiorphotography.net.
Fox Linton Associates
"Working Weekend," page 228
creative director: Martin J.V. Hulbert.
completed projects: The Berkeley hotel in London; the Royal Yacht Britannia; the Queen Elizabeth 2.
current projects: Residences in London; a hotel in Antigua, British West Indies.
getting away from it all: "Adventure shopping" in Croatia and Costa Rica.
4 Hewlett House, Havelock Terrace, London SW8 4AS, U.K.; 44-20-7622-0920.
"Life's Rich Tapestry," page 218
architect: Fabio Novembre.
completed projects: Bisazza showrooms in New York, Milan, Berlin, and Barcelona, Spain; an Anna Molinari showroom in London; a Blumarine showroom in Hong Kong; the hotel Li Cuncheddi in Sardinia, Italy.
current projects: His own loft in a warehouse building in Milan; a headquarters for a jeans producer in Turin, Italy.
favorite time of day: "Does time exist?"
76 Via Mecenate, 20138 Milan, Italy; 39-02-504104.
Photographers in hospitality
Alberto Ferrero ("Life's Rich Tapestry," page 218), 6 Via Bertacchi, 20136 Milan, Italy; 39-3483-153153; albertoferrero.it.
Timothy Soar ("Working Weekend," page 228), 44-1842-878773; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designers in walk-through
Design Bureau ("Ready for Prime Time," page 68), 1322 Pacific Avenue, Venice, CA 90291; 310-450-4054.
Marmol Radziner and Associates ("Pasadena Pavilion," page 64), 12210 Nebraska Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025; 310-826-6222.
Melinda Ritz Interiors ("Ready for Prime Time," page 68), 818-551-0071; melindaritz.com.
Photographers in walk-through
Benny Chan ("Pasadena Pavilion," page 64), Fotoworks, 8885 Venice Boulevard, Suite 103, Los Angeles, CA 90034; 310-842-9446.
Dominique Vorillon ("Ready for Prime Time," page 68), 1636 Silverwood Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90026; 323-660-5883.
Designers in kitchen & bath
Antonio Citterio and Partners ("Hip To Be Square," page 93), 4 Via Cerva, 20122 Milan, Italy; 39-02-7638801.
Holly Hulburd Design ("Room to Grow," page 96), 375 Alabama Street, Suite 240, San Francisco, CA 94110; 415-440-0801.
C.M. Rabinovitch Architect ("Cooking Up High Style," page 104), 45 Carmine Street, New York, NY 10014; 212-989-3554; email@example.com.
Photographers in kitchen & bath
Stephen and Gil Amiaga ("Cooking Up High Style," page 104), 12 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016; 212-213-2392.
Jim Gipe ("Awash in Artistry," page 100), Pivotmedia, 30 Main Street, Florence, MA 01062; 413-584-5302.
Tim Griffith ("Room to Grow," page 96), 739 27th Street, San Francisco, CA 94131; 415-640-1419; timgriffith.com.
J. Arnold Felt manufactures the Wool Color Chain pictured on the Fall Market Product Tabloid's table of contents.
The banquette fabric cited by Bruce Bierman in "A Smorgasbord of Selections" (November, page 66) was a Gretchen Bellinger vinyl, Next of Skin, in Light of My Life. P.O. Box 64, 31 Ontario Street, Cohoes, NY 12047; 518-235-2828; gretchenbellinger.com.