Staff -- Interior Design, 6/1/2006 12:00:00 AM
Cabinet Jean-Pierre Hanki
"The Libertine and the Beauty Queen," page 160
principal: Jean-Pierre Hanki.
completed projects: A Sofitel in Essaouira, Morocco. Château Malartic-Lagravière winery near Bordeaux, France. Restaurants in Paris and Beirut, Lebanon. Residences in Paris; Saint-Tropez, France; and Geneva.
current projects: Town houses in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, and London; a chalet in Megève, France.
spiritual home: Born in Cairo, Hanki is attached to Arab aesthetics.
vacation home: He has a house in Saint-Tropez.
3 Avenue Paul Doumer, 75116 Paris, France; 33-1-45-53-20-03.
Claesson Koivisto Rune Arkitektkontor
"Opening Night," page 144
principal: Mårten Claesson.
principal: Eero Koivisto.
principal: Ola Rune.
completed projects: Euroshop stores in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark; Swedish ambassador to Germany's residence in Berlin; Sfera cultural building in Kyoto, Japan; the set for Kylie Minogue's "Love at First Sight" music video.
current projects: A showroom in Tokyo; a private sauna in France; a gallery in Marfa, Texas.
honors: Utmärkt Svensk Form; Golden Chair; Formex Grand Prix.
favorite opera: "You should ask me about punk bands. Then it's the Ramones," Claesson says.
favorite opera: Koivisto prefers "the one in my bathroom every morning."
favorite opera: Rune loves Giuseppe Verdi's Aïda.
25 Sankt Paulsgatan, 118 48 Stockholm, Sweden; 46-8-644-58-63; claesson-koivisto-rune.se.
"Houston on Thames," page 168
design principal: Enrico Caruso.
completed projects: Millennium Hotel in Ankara, Turkey; Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank in the United Arab Emirates; Marsh office, Covington & Burling office, and a Kimball International showroom, all in London.
current projects: Baker Botts, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank retail area, and Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, all in the United Arab Emirates; Citadel Investment Group and Wellington Management Company, both in London.
singing: "I'm banned from any by my partner."
listening: "I worship Morrissey's Vauxhall and I."
Roman House, Wood Street, London EC2Y 5BA, U.K.; 44-20-7330-9600; gensler.com.
Richter et Dahl Rocha Bureau d'Architectes
"A Natural Beauty," page 176
principal: Jacques Richter.
principal: Ignacio Dahl Rocha.
completed projects: Crédit Suisse Lion d'Or in Lausanne, Switzerland; Ikea in Aubonne, Switzerland; Nestlé product-technology center in Singen, Germany.
current projects: International Institute for Management Development, Beauséjours residential complex, and Aquaecopôle park-and-ride, all in Lausanne; Nestlé wellness center in Vevey, Switzerland.
honors: Brunel Award; Best European Spa; Distinction Vaudoise d'Architecture.
heroes: Richter is inspired by Le Corbusier and Jean Tschumi.
heroes: For Dahl Rocha, it's Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Adolf Loos.
54 Avenue Dapples, 1001 Lausanne, Switzerland; 41-21-612-01-01; rdr.ch.
"White Hot and Cool," page 136
principal: James Slade.
principal: Hayes Slade.
completed projects: Third Point Management Company and Aperture Foundation in New York; Greenberg Van Doren Gallery in Saint Louis; Dalki theme park in Heyri, South Korea.
current projects: A house in Damascus Township, Pennsylvania; an apartment building in New York; the shark exhibit building at the New York Aquarium in Brooklyn; three Brooklyn Public Library branches.
theory: "On the job, there are no clear boundaries between our roles, and that's also true at home," James Slade says.
practice: "Plus, working together gives us the chance to actually see each other," Hayes Slade adds.
150 Broadway, 807, New York, NY 10038; 212-677-6380; sladearch.com.
"With Flying Colors," page 152
project architect: Per Pedersen.
completed projects: An exhibition room at the Deutsche Dom in Berlin; Museum Georg Schäfer in Schweinfurt, Germany; an office building in Erlangen, Germany.
current projects: A library in Potsdam, Germany; a visitor center for the Herkules monument in Kassel, Germany; Staatliche Museen Kassel.
learning: Pederson studied architecture at the Arkitektskolen Aarhus in Denmark.
teaching: With his students at the Universität der Künste Berlin, he's now working on two German projects, a sculpture park and visitor center in Lelkendorf and a housing master plan on Valentinswerder.
20 Schlesische Strasse, 10997 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-617-914-42; staab-architekten.com.
"Future Shock," page 184
principal: Patrick Tighe.
completed projects: Collins Gallery, Live Oak studio, and a public-art installation, all in Los Angeles; a ranch in Austin, Texas.
current projects: Linda Loudermilk shop, Web2Zone retail cyber-center, West Hollywood community housing, and residences, all in Los Angeles; residences in New York.
honors: National AIA Young Architects Award; Rome Prize.
bring your camera: Tighe's wife and two young children will move to Italy with him for the duration of his Rome Prize residency.
camera obscura: His thesis, "Tenebroso: In Between Light and Dark," will take form as a built project on the grounds of the American Academy in Rome.
1632 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-8823; tighearchitecture.com.
Photographers in this issue
Art Gray ("Future Shock," page 184), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806.
Ken Hayden Photography ("White Hot and Cool," page 136), 1330 West Avenue, 1914, Miami Beach, FL 33139; 305-781-9364; kenhayden.com.
Hufton & Crow ("Houston on Thames," page 168), Box Studios, 14-15 Mandela Street, London NW1 0DU, U.K.; 44-7973-197645; huftonandcrow.com.
Werner Huthmacher ("With Flying Colors," page 152), Artur, 41 Engelbertstrasse, 50674 Cologne, Germany; 49-22-131-012-44; artur-photo.de.
Eric Laignel ("The Libertine and the Beauty Queen," page 160; "A Natural Beauty," page 176), email@example.com.
Åke E:son Lindman ("Opening Night," page 144), 37 Ålstensgatan, 167 65 Bromma, Sweden; 46-8-34-35-80; lindmanphotography.com.
Designers in Walk-through
Burdifilek ("A Cloud With a Silver Lining," page 78), 183 Bathurst Street, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario M5T 2R7, Canada; 416-703-4334.
Fu. Design ("Hold the Spareribs," page 89), 201 West 16th Street, 5E, New York, NY 10011; 212-691-2979.
Hillier Architecture ("Power House," page 98), 1 South Penn Square, Suite 1500, Philadelphia, PA 19107; 215-636-9999; hillier.com.
KCD, Multidisciplined Creative Source ("Farm and Function," page 70), 800-444-8150; mycreativesource.com.
Make ("Piece of the Pie," page 92), 57 Pitt Street, 5, New York, NY 10002; 703-582-6589; makenyc.com.
Sally Noble Architects ("Farm and Function," page 70), 413 Wyoming Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45215; 513-821-4800.
Andrew Phillips Architects ("Hold the Spareribs," page 89), andrewphillipsarchitects.com.
Photographers in Walk-through
Mark La Rosa ("Mixed Greens," page 88), 917-855-3466; marklarosaphotography.com.
Ben Rahn ("A Cloud With a Silver Lining," page 78), A-Frame, 232 Third Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215; 718-875-9604; aframestudio.com.
Jeff Totaro ("Power House," page 98), Esto, 222 Valley Place, Mamaroneck, NY 10543; 914-698-4060.
Designer in Crosslines
Studio Makkink & Bey ("Boy Wonder," page 122), 40 Nikkelstraat, 3067 GR Rotterdam, Netherlands; 31-10-425-87-92; jurgenbey.nl.
"In the Spirit of Shalimar" (April, page 178) featured a Christian Bérard installation made of grosgrain ribbon stitched to fabric, not a painted mural.
Olivier Nourry designed the collection of Le Crin fabrics shown in "Snaps" (April, page 297).
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