Staff -- Interior Design, 8/1/2004 12:00:00 AM
"Paint the Town Red," page 158
principal: Jean-Yves Clément.
completed projects: A laboratory in Lyon, France; an elementary school in Noyarey, France.
show: "Architecture is an object of consumption."
tell: "The object of architecture is communication."
14 Rue Genissieu, 38000 Grenoble, France; 33-4-76-12-25-84; amplitude-architectes.com.
Bromley Caldari Architects
"The Odd Couple," page 168
principal: Jerry Caldari.
completed projects: A new facade for the Diamond Center, the renovation of B'nai Jeshurun Synagogue, and Bic International, all in New York; residences on Fire Island, New York.
current projects: A loft in Shohola, Pennsylvania; the Fire Island Pines Community Center; a carriage-house renovation in New York.
honors: New York Construction News Humanitarian Award; Faith & Form Religious Architecture Design Award from the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture.
pastime: Playing baseball with his two sons.
passion: Peace and justice.
242 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001; 212-620-4250; bromleycaldari.com.
David Collins Architecture & Design
"Change Is Good," page 176
principal: David Collins.
completed projects: The Victoria's Secret flagship and the John Barrett Salon in New York; David Morris International Jewelers in Palm Beach, Florida; the Wolseley restaurant and Blue Bar in London.
current projects: EAT restaurants and residences in London; a residence in Antigua, British West Indies.
velvet rope: Kabaret's Prophecy is his first nightclub commission.
with the band: He's done interior design for Madonna.
6-7 Chelsea Wharf, Lots Road, London SW10 OQL; 44-20-7349-5900; davidcollins.com.
Hardel et Le Bihan Architectes
"Ensemble Production," page 134
principal: Mathurin Hardel.
principal:Cyrille Le Bihan.
completed projects: A loft and Akida restaurant in Paris.
current projects: An apartment in Paris; the competition for the Pavillon d'Eau museum in Paris; an extension for an industrial building in Clichy, France; a prototype for a prefabricated wooden house.
teaching: Hardel lectures at the Ecole d'Architecture Paris-Malaquais.
learning: Le Bihan used to work with his father, architect Hervé Le Bihan.
11 Cité de l'Ameublement, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-43-70-08-10; hardel-lebihan.com.
Llamata + Berthier/LLB Architecture
"Minimal Means, Maximum Impact," page 184
architect: David Llamata.
completed projects: An apartment-gallery in Ivry-sur-Seine, France; apartments in Paris.
current projects: A private gallery in the Var region of France; apartments in Paris and Nantes, France; the extension of a house in the Paris suburbs; a fiber-optic communications facility in Poilhès, France.
artist's hand: Off duty, Llamata likes to draw comic strips.
secondhand: Berthier, who transforms flea-market finds, has turned the drum of a washing machine into a storage unit and a traffic light into a standing lamp.
10 Avenue Claude Vellefaux, 75010 Paris, France; 33-1-44-78-06-29; lllo.org.
Wilmotte & Associés
"Couture Collection," page 142
ceo: Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
completed projects: The MK2 Bibliothèque cinema complex, the Collège de France, Vivendi Universal, a John Galliano showroom, Restaurant Guy Savoy, and traffic lights, street lamps, and benches for the Champs-Elysées, all in Paris. The Richelieu wing of the Musée du Louvre in Paris, with I.M. Pei Architect. Museums in Cognac and Marseille, France; and Beirut, Lebanon. Residences in Europe and the U.S.
current projects: Interiors at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam; the Museum of Islamic Art in Qatar, with I.M. Pei Architect; an arts center in South Korea; a hotel in Biot, France; a residence at the Houses at Sagaponac in Sagaponack, New York.
in the air: Designing plane interiors—and naming furniture after flight numbers.
on the ground: Visiting tree nurseries. "There's nothing more beautiful."
68 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75012 Paris, France; 33-1-53-02-22-22.
Photographers in this issue
Art Gray ("Dealer's Choice," 150), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806.
Jean-François Jaussaud ("Minimal Means, Maximum Impact," page 184), 118 Boulevard de Verdun, 94120 Fontenay-sous-Bois, France; 33-1-41-95-87-80.
Eric Laignel ("Ensemble Production," page 134; "The Odd Couple," page 168), email@example.com.
Thierry Malty ("Paint the Town Red," page 158), 4 Rue Levert, 75020 Paris, France; c/o firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adrian Wilson ("Change Is Good," page 176), 50 South Fourth Street, 203, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 212-729-7077; interiorphotography.net.
Designer in walk-through
Kondylis Design ("Not Your Grandma's Trailer Park," page 64), 31 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001; 212-725-6898; kondylisdesign.com.
Photographers in walk-through
Gianluca Baronchelli ("From Palladian to Cattelan," page 68), Studio Primopiano, 43/4 Via Roma, 33100 Udine, Italy; 39-0432-227557; email@example.com.
William Geddes ("Not Your Grandma's Trailer Park," page 64), 250 West 94th Street, 8B, New York, NY 10025; 212-663-0852; williamgeddes.com.
Photographer in centerfold
Jimmy Cohrssen ("Bread and Circuses," page 128), 41 Rue Basfroi, 75011 Paris, France; 33-6-85-65-77-24; JCohrssen@aol.com.
The lamp pictured in "Airing Her Clean Laundry" (July, page 132) is the Fortebraccio, designed by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto and manufactured by Luceplan.