Staff -- Interior Design, 11/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
Federico Delrosso Architects
"Farm Fresh," page 120
principal: Federico Delrosso.
completed projects: Primat headquarters, the Azimut rehabilitation center, and apartments, all in Biella, Italy; Pacific restaurant in Monaco; Sella Bank in Lugano, Switzerland.
current projects: A loft in Milan; La Salière restaurant and an apartment in Monaco; a house in Mendrisio, Switzerland; Caffé Milano, Atlantic restaurant, Sea Café, and Fox Café, all in Miami.
around the track: Delrosso's first passion is racing Formula 3 cars.
on the road: In Europe, his preferred mode of travel is his Ducati Monster S4R.
38 Via Italia, 13900 Biella, Italy; 39-015-2529090; federicodelrosso.com.
"Screen Play," page 104
principal: Lars Krückeberg.
principal: Wolfram Putz.
principal: Thomas Willemeit.
completed projects: Brad Pitt's studio and Goethe Institute in Los Angeles; Fix restaurant in Las Vegas; Hotel Q in Berlin.
current projects: DC Shoes in New York; Mirage restaurant and Panorama Towers apartments in Las Vegas; Parkland coffee shop in Dalian, China.
33 Borsigstrasse, 10115 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-2404-7985; graftlab.com.
Guerin Glass Architects
"Keeping His Cool," page 134
principal: Brendan Guerin.
completed projects: A middle school in Vineland, New Jersey; Nokia Corporation in Harrison, New York; Oklahoma Technology and Research Park in Stillwater. (All as a senior designer at Perkins + Will.) Filmcore office in New York.
current projects: Helvetica restaurant in New York; Watermark Waikiki condominiums in Hawaii.
one and only: "I miss absolutely nothing about life before my wife."
three's company: "She and our newborn son are my own little support group, given how challenging work can be."
195 Chrystie Street, 204, New York, NY 10002; 212-358-8380; gueringlass.com.
"The New Regime," page 112
principal: Frédéric Jung.
completed projects: Musée Jean Frédéric Oberlin in Waldersbach, France; a high-school concert hall in Paris; a villa, a sound studio, and an office, all in the Paris suburbs.
current projects: The Musée International de la Parfumerie in Grasse, France; Bioscope scientific park in Ungersheim, France; a museum near Angers, France.
sold on: Thematic museums. "Each time, you open the door on a world you didn't know existed."
could write ads for: His favorite, the El Museo Nacional de Antropología in Mexico City. "You can understand everything without reading anything."
20 Rue Frédérick Lemaître, 75020 Paris, France; 33-1-42-02-04-84.
Leven Betts Studio Architects
"Looks Can Be Deceiving," page 142
partner: David Leven.
partner: Stella Betts.
completed projects: Residences, Sublime showroom, and Les Migrateurs showroom, all in New York.
current projects: Residences, a loft, a town house, and an exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Musem, all in New York.
honors: An AIA New York Chapter Design Award.
moonlighting: Leven teaches architecture studio at the City College of New York School of Architecture.
moonlighting: Betts teaches at Parsons the New School for Design.
511 West 25th Street, 808, New York, NY 10001; 212-620-9792; levenbetts.com.
Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design
"Looks Can Be Deceiving," page 142
principal: Ghislaine Viñas.
completed projects: Residences in Los Angeles; a loft and an apartment in New York.
green: "Working with the color is a natural thing for me—it appears in almost all my interiors."
orange: A favorite possession is an orange wire cat sculpture from London.
67 Vestry Street, 8B, New York, NY 10013; 212-219-7678; gvinteriors.com.
"Right Coast, Done Right," page 126
principal: Amale Andraos.
principal: Dan Wood, AIA.
completed projects: Lee Angel showroom, Creative Edge Parties, and Eric Bland Law, all in New York; a house renovation in Chappaqua, New York.
current projects: An after-school tutoring center and a loft for a fashion designer in New York.
favorite flick: Alphaville, Andraos says. "I love the way a banal city is transformed through humor, intelligence, and imagery."
favorite flick: A Bout de Souffle, Wood says. "For its marriage of American culture with European avant-garde pretension."
88 Rivington Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10002; 212-228-1333; work.ac.
Photographers in this issue
Jan Bitter ("Screen Play," page 104), 67 Sredzkistrasse, 10405 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-25298683; janbitter.de.
Elizabeth Felicella ("Right Coast, Done Right," page 126), 998 Amsterdam Avenue, 4A, New York, NY 10025; 212-662-8039; elizabethfelicella.com.
Eric Laignel ("The New Regime," page 112; "Keeping His Cool," page 134), email@example.com.
Michael Moran Photography ("Looks Can Be Deceiving," page 142), 10 West 18th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10011; 212-334-4543; moranstudio.com.
Matteo Piazza ("Farm Fresh," page 120), 69 Corso di Porta Ticinese, 20123 Milan, Italy; 39-02-58106564; matteopiazza.com.
Designer in Walk-Through
Mateja Mikulandra-Mackat ("Just What the Doctor Ordered," page 52), 2A Breite Strasse, 13187 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-285-99-469; mikulandra.de.
Photographer in Walk-Through
Werner Huthmacher ("Just What the Doctor Ordered," page 52), Artur, 41 Engelbertstrasse, 50674 Cologne, Germany; 49-221-310-12-44; artur-photo.de.
Designer in Centerfold
CJ Studio ("Hang On!" page 96), 6th Floor, 54, Lane 260, Kwang Fu South Road, Taipei, Taiwan; 8862-2773-8366; shi-chieh-lu.com.
Photographer in Centerfold
Kuomin Lee ("Hang On!" page 96), 4th Floor, 12, Lane 32, Section 2, Longmi Road, Taipei, Taiwan; 8869-3634-8286.