Staff -- Interior Design, 6/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
René Gonzalez Architect
"Artist and Craft," page 158
principal: René Gonzalez.
completed projects: Private residences and a showroom for Poliform, all in Miami.
current projects: A line of furniture for Brumol.
honors: Latino-Hispanic Design Archive at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York; Chivas Regal Order of Distinction Award for professional and civic leadership.
flower child: "I love architecture tied to landscapes, where you can't tell if you're indoors or outside."
inner child: "Hanging out at the pool with friends—that's what I enjoy."
5582-4 NE 4th Court, Miami, FL 33137; 305-762-5895.
"A Place in the Sun," page 180
principal: Terry Hunziker.
completed projects: Residences in New York, Seattle, and Los Angeles; furniture for Sutherland; Sutherland showroom in Los Angeles.
current projects: Residences in Denver; Montecito, California; and Bellevue, Washington.
peace: High ceilings and low maintenance.
a separate peace: Knowing that Seattle isn't as wet and gray as people think.
208 Third Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104; 206-467-1144; firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Art House," page 150
principal: Tomoko Ikegai.
completed projects: Residences and Kinpo-do Gallery, all in Tokyo.
current projects: A Maharishi Medical Center in Tokyo; a condominium in Osaka, Japan.
moonlighting: Ikegai writes on interior design for Japanese magazines, including Modern Living and Esquire Japan.
by the light of the moon: She likes to make jewelry.
Togin Aoyama Building, 402, Higashi 1-4-27, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0011, Japan; 81-3-3407-7783; ikg.cc.
"The Secret Garden," page 204
principal: David Rockwell.
completed projects: Nobu, Next Door Nobu, Vong, Town, Rosa Mexicano, Kittichai, Café Gray, and Bar Americain restaurants, all in New York
current projects: Condo-hotel for Canyon Ranch in Miami; Carlton Hotel and Country restaurant in New York; Chambers Hotel in Minneapolis; Maze restaurant in London.
private oasis: Dreaming.
favorite scene: "Flea markets. The controlled chaos reflects the plurality of our interests."
5 Union Square West, New York, NY 10003; 212-463-0334; rockwellgroup.com.
"Party Palace," page 166
design principal and founder: Zoltan Pali.
completed projects: The Greek and Pantages theatres, Wildwood School, and residences, all in Los Angeles; Virgin Megastore in Orlando, Florida.
current projects: The Getty Villa museum, Center for Embedded Network Sensing, Shakespeare Festival headquarters, and SPF: Architecture's mixed-use headquarters, all in Los Angeles.
honors: Los Angeles Business Council, AIA California Council Merit, and AIA/LA Next LA awards.
not just for horses: Pali's hay-clad barn in Somis, California, won a 2004 AIA National Honor Award.
firm creed: "Useful spaces…if we have 'art' at the end of the day, it's just icing on the cake."
3384 Robertson Place, Los Angeles, CA 90034; 310-558-0902; SPF:a.com.
"Art House," page 150
principal: Arata Miyahara.
completed projects: A residence in Tokyo.
current projects: Residences and a condominium, all in Tokyo.
jet-setter: Before establishing his firm, Miyahara designed airports.
flight of fancy: He'd love to travel to Finland to see Alvar Aalto's work.
Togin Aoyama Building, 402, Higashi 1-4-27, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0011, Japan; 81-3-3400-5336.
"Head Over Heels," page 174
principal: Sherrie Zwail.
completed projects: Stora Enso offices in Amsterdam; Estée Lauder in Brussels; Maison de Bonneterie store in the Hague; Citibank office in Amsterdam; a chalet in Celerina, Switzerland.
current projects: An exhibit for the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, The Netherlands; La Mer shop in Antwerp, Belgium.
best-laid plans: After marrying, Zwail and her husband, Jan Enderman, planned to live in Germany's Black Forest, but stayed only two months.
execution: They moved permanently to Amsterdam instead.
40 Tussen de Bogen, 1013 JB Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 31-20-427-7122; szidesign.com.
"Head Over Heels," page 174
principal: Siebe Tettero.
completed projects: A residence in Amsterdam; Viktor & Rolf's exhibition space at the Kyoto Costume Institute in Japan.
current projects: Viktor & Rolf exhibition space at the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
downside: Focusing on your concept and design philosophy in the long process of realizing a project.
upside: "A dream trip to Chile to visit the largest telescope in the world."
129 Prins Hendrik Kade, 1011 AP Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 31-65-470-5440.
Clive Wilkinson Architects
"Big Mama," page 196
president: Clive Wilkinson.
completed projects: Fox Digital Studios in Los Angeles; Google headquarters in Mountain View, California; Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles and Irvine, California.
current projects: J. Walter Thompson in New York; Quiksilver store in Costa Mesa, California; Speedo flagship stores in Los Angeles and New York; Children's Place/Disney Store headquarters in Pasadena, California.
honors: National, state, and local AIA awards; NeoCon Gold Award; Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award.
must-have products: A Mac and an iPod.
tools of the trade: Wilkinson is designing the Adcenter School at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond for graduate studies in advertising.
101 South Robertson Boulevard, Suite 204, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310-248-1090.
Photographers in this issue
Jimmy Cohrssen ("Art House," page 150; "Head Over Heels," page 174), 116 Boulevard Voltaire, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-43-48-87-57; JCohrssen@aol.com.
Ken Hayden Photography ("Artist and Craft," page 158; "A Place in the Sun," page 180), 1330 West Avenue, 1914, Miami Beach, FL 33139; 305-781-9364; kenhayden.com.
Eric Laignel ("The Secret Garden," page 204), email@example.com.
John Edward Linden ("Party Palace," page 166), 21820 De La Luz Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91364; 818-888-8544; johnlindenphotographs.com.
Adrian Wilson ("Big Mama," page 196), 990 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10018; 212-729-7077; interiorphotography.net.
Designers in eco
EHDD Architecture ("House Proud," page 79), 500 Treat Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110; 415-285-9193; ehdd.com.
David Jameson Architect ("House of Green Gables," page 104), 113 South Patrick Street, Alexandria, VA 22314; 703-739-3840; davidjamesonarchitect.com.
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects ("Green Gets Gold," page 86), 677 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA 94107; 415-495-1700; lmsarch.com.
TVS Interiors ("It Is Written," page 110), 2700 Promenade Two, 1230 Peachtree Street, Atlanta GA 30309; 404-888-6600.
Photographers in eco
Paul Godwin Photography ("The Right Stuff," page 93), 56 West 22nd Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10010; 212-691-8308; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hoachlander Davis Photography ("House of Green Gables," page 104), 5185 MacArthur Boulevard, NW, Suite 108, Washington, DC 20016; 202-364-9306; hdphoto.com.
Cesar Rubio Photography ("Green Gets Gold," page 86), 1403 Shotwell Street, San Francisco, CA 94110; 415-550-6369; cesarrubio.com.
Doug Snower Photography ("House Proud," page 79), 111 West North Avenue, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-943-1500.
In "Snaps" (May, page 345), the numbering of photographs seven and eight should have been swapped.