Staff -- Interior Design, 11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM
"Turning Points," page 162
principal: Jamie Bush.
completed projects: Corporate offices for Salus Surgical Group in Beverly Hills, California; residences in Santa Monica and Venice, California; the Independence Surgery Center in Ohio.
current projects: Residences and a Tracy Feith boutique in Los Angeles; Salus Surgery Centers in Chicago, New York, and Fort Lee, New Jersey.
nature: "The most decadent of all art forms."
looking natural: "Design is grueling, but the result must seem effortless."
413 Rose Avenue, Suite A, Venice, CA 90291; 310-314-2247.
"Turning Points," page 162
principal: David Chun.
completed projects: Z Bar, NS Apparel, the Koreatown Pocket Park Competition, and residences, all in Los Angeles.
current projects: The Windsor Terrace Condominium Development and residences in Los Angeles.
why architecture: "My interest stems from the interchange between the viewing subject and the perceived object."
why golf: "It's a mental game. I enjoy that."
4040 Del Rey Avenue, Suite 5, Marina del Rey, CA 90292; 310-821-0415.
"Charging Ahead," page 156
principal: David Ruff.
principal: Karen Frome.
completed projects: Peter Langner's couturer atelier in Rome; Infineon Technologies and residential lofts in SoHo and the Union Square area, all in New York.
current projects: A Kmart in-house design office in New York; a prototype for Quisqueyana money-remittance branches.
in class: Ruff taught at Pratt Institute in New York; Frome volunteers for the Learning by Design program.
after school: Both have developed their skills as amateur restaurant critics. (Tocqueville, near the office, is a favorite.)
31 Union Square West, 13A, New York, NY 10003; 212-242-2981; firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Ready for Their Close-Up," page 174
partner: Gregory Dufner.
partner: Daniel Heighes Wismer.
completed projects: Apartments in New York; a restaurant in Brooklyn, New York; residences in Michigan and California.
current projects: A penthouse and a duplex loft in New York; a 30,000-square-foot office for Wm. Bolthouse Farms in Bakersfield, California.
dream job: "Building a Palm Springs satellite office," says Dufner.
dream job: "A hotel for André Balazs in Reykjavik, Iceland," says Wismer.
195 Chrystie Street, 602B, New York, NY 10002; 212-420-1605; dufnerheighes.com.
Patrick Jouin Studio
"The Mix Master," page 142
principal: Patrick Jouin.
completed projects: Residences and the Bar du Plaza Athénée in Paris. The Kami sofa, Rond storage unit, Lebeau table, and Mabelle chair for Cassina. The Morphée sofa-bed for Ligne Roset.
current projects: A glass-roof color installation at the Gare Lille-Flandres in France. A furniture collection for Cassina. A radio, clock, and mouse pad for Lexon International.
honors: Créateur de l'Année 2003, Salon Maison & Objet; L'Enseigne d'Or for Be bakery in Paris.
dining in: Jouin makes a mean tagine.
dining out: Pasta, pasta, pasta.
8 Passage de la Bonne Graine, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-55-28-89-20.
Jacqueline Miro-Abreu Architectural Design
"Clubhouse Rules," page 148
principal: Jacqueline Miro-Abreu.
completed projects: A men's clothing store and residences in New York.
current projects: Renovating a brownstone for artist Tony Oursler and the Salvadoran Consulate in New York.
honors: Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program fellowship for urban planning and architecture.
favorite material: Cameo white Corian.
favorite musician: Mercedes Sosa of Argentina.
67 Vestry Street, Suite 3C, New York, NY 10013; 212-274-1284.
"Miami Rhapsody," page 134
principal: Luis Pons.
completed projects: Houses and apartments in Caracas and three ranches in Turen, all in Venezuela; furniture and decorative objects for Fundación Mavesa.
current projects: An apartment in Miami.
honors: An Aviary for Caracas award; Expoficina's Most Creative Object of the Year.
on the ball: Handles Latin American referrals for David M. Schwartz\Architectural Services of Washington, D.C.
on the side: Establishing experimental arts foundations Espacio Atlantic and Blind Banana.
4040 NE Second Avenue, Suite 411, Miami, FL 33137; 786-236-6983; email@example.com.
Ascan Tesdorpf Architekt
"A German Lesson," page 168
principal: Ascan Tesdorpf.
completed projects: The Engelbrecht restaurant, Friedrichs & Campbell optician, and a family house, all in Berlin; a Continental Tires store design intended for 300 locations.
current projects: A Bang & Olufsen store and four apartment buildings in Berlin; Campbell optician in Hamburg, Germany; the Bachhaus museum honoring Johann Sebastian Bach in Eisenach, Germany.
getting into it: Trained as an architect at the Universität Stuttgart and London South Bank University, Tesdorpf moved to Berlin after German reunification to help rebuild the city.
staying with it: He writes a column about Berlin design for AIT magazine.
235 Friedrichstrasse, 10969 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-2529-9922.
Vogt + Weizenegger
"A German Lesson," page 168
principal: Oliver Vogt.
principal: Hermann Weizenegger.
completed projects: The Schipper & Krome gallery in Berlin; workstations for Heberlein & Mauerer; a corporate identity for manufacturer Möve Frottana Textil; kitchenware for Authentics.
current projects: Board-game concepts; a lamp for Babylon Design.
helping the visual: Initiated the DesignMai international festival in Berlin this year.
helping the blind: Created brush designs, pro bono, for a small Berlin factory staffed by the visually impaired.
15 Mulackstrasse, 10119 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-614-2166.
Designers in Taking Care of Business
"Band of Brothers," page S2
managing partner: Michael White.
completed projects: The MGM corporate headquarters, an ABC7 broadcast facility, the Fox Network Center, and a News Corporation executive building, all in Los Angeles; IMAX Corporation production, office, and theater spaces in Santa Monica, California.
current projects: Offices for Electronic Arts and MGM in Los Angeles; offices for Warner Bros. Records and Warner Home Video in Burbank, California; offices for HBO in Santa Monica, California; Letterman Digital Arts Center in San Francisco; MGM Mirage's Bellagio American Bistro in Las Vegas.
honors: AIA California Council Design Awards; AIA Los Angeles Interior Architecture Awards; AIA Los Angeles Design Awards; Southern California Development Forum Prize; IIDA Caliber Awards.
what's entertaining: Playing video games, listening to CDs, and watching HBO.
1630 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-453-2800.
IA Interior Architects
"All White Now," page S16
principal: Anthony Saviano, AIA.
completed projects: Fleet Boston Financial Corporation branches in Springfield and Worcester, Massachusetts; American Express Company branches in Boston and New York.
current projects: Offices for Fleet Boston Financial Corporation, Oracle Corporation, and Take 2 Interactive, all in New York.
color druthers: Black, because it's honest.
associate: John Mulling, IIDA.
completed projects: Parenting Group in New York; Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.; Wachovia Corporation in San Francisco.
current projects: Deutsche Bank and UnitedHealth Group in New York; Merrill Lynch & Co. in Chicago and Bethesda, Maryland.
honors: An Excellence in Construction Award from the Metropolitan Washington chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors; IA's own Design Excellence Award.
color druthers: "Today? Brown."
335 Madison Avenue, Suite 305, New York, NY 10017; 212-682-6909.
Perkins & Will
"Tall Order," page S26
principal: Jim Prendergast, AIA.
completed projects: A.T. Kearney and Tribune Interactive in Chicago; Turner Broadcasting System in Atlanta.
current projects: The Time Warner Center in New York; public spaces at the 500 West Madison office tower in Chicago.
honors: Honor awards from both the national and Chicago AIA; an AIA Young Architect Award in 1999.
big dream: To hear five simple words, "the world champion Chicago Cubs."
330 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611; 312-755-0770; perkinswill.com.
Designers in Walk-Through
Drewes + Strenge Architekten ("Looking Sharp in Berlin," page 54), 10A Bahnhofstrasse, 33442 Herzebrock-Clarholz, Germany; 49-52-45-32-08; drewesstrenge.com.
Parallel Design Partnership ("Would You Like Fries With That?" page 51), 416 West 13th Street, Suite 316C, New York, NY 10014; 212-989-4959.
Designers in Health Care
Forma Design ("In Toothsome Color," page 92), 1524 U Street NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20009; 202-265-2625.
David Hu, Architect ("These Curves Are All Smiles," page 94), 575 Eighth Avenue, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10018; 212-629-4180.
Logue Studio Design ("Under the Influence," page 88), 2183 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123; 415-674-6986.
Designers in Florida
Rockwell Group ("Glamour on a Grand Scale," page 101), 5 Union Square West, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10003; 212-463-0334.
Thrasher Design Company ("Split Personality," page 110), P.O. Box 398506, Miami Beach, FL 33239; 305-538-9442.
The billboard-format photograph in the courtyard shot that opens "It's Curtain Time" (September, page 230) should have been credited to Bob Hiemstra.
In "Fabric & Wall Covering" (Fall Market Product Tabloid, page 41), the ClassicCloth fabric is Shutters 1092/02 linen-cotton in a new colorway, Oyster.
Photographers in this Issue
Eric Laignel ("The Mix Masters," page TK), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eric Laignel ("Miami Rhapsody," page TK), email@example.com.
Eric Laignel ("Ready for Their Close-Up," page TK), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tim Street-Porter ("Turning Points," page TK), 2074 Watsonia Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90068; 323-549-0122.
Adrian Wilson ("Clubhouse Rules," page TK), 50 South Fourth Street, 203, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 718-599-1344; interiorphotography.net.
David Joseph ("Charging Ahead," page TK), Hillary Aiges Represents, 212-247-2992.
Daniel Kessler ("A German Lesson," page TK), 17 Freie Strasse, 8032 Zurich, Switzerland; 41-1251-86-80.
Otto Pohl ("A German Lesson," page TK), 83A Linienstrasse, 10119 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-9700-5061; email@example.com.
Photographers in Business of Design
Christopher Barrett ("Tall Order," page S16), Hedrich Blessing, 11 West Illinois Street, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60601; 312-321-1151.
Adrian Wilson ("All White Now," page S28), 50 South Fourth Street, 203, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 718-599-1344; interiorphotography.net.
Benny Chan ("Band of Brothers," page S2), Fotoworks, 8885 Venice Boulevard, Suite 103, Los Angeles, CA 90034; 310-842-9446.
Photos in Walk-Through
Joshua McHugh ("Would You Like Fries With That?" page TK), 111 Fourth Avenue, Suite 4K, New York, NY 10003; 212-598-0533; joshuamchugh.com.
Photos in Healthcare
Michael O'Callahan ("Under the Influence," page TK), 17 Seward Street, San Francisco, CA 94114; 415-552-3686.
Geoffrey Hodgdon ("For Young Smiles," page TK), 1801 16th Street, Suite 612, Washington, DC 20009; 202-246-2058.
James Wilkins ("These Curves Are All Smiles," page TK), 200 East 15th Street, 4J, New York, NY 10003; 212-982-3370.
Photos in Florida
Eric Laignel ("Glamour on a Grand Scale," page TK), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eric Laignel ("Split Personality," page 110), email@example.com.