Designers and Photographers in this Issue
Staff -- Interior Design, 8/1/2002 12:00:00 AM
Designers in this issue
Gensler ("Absolut Office," page 194), ranked first in the Interior Design Top 100 Giants listing, was founded in San Francisco in 1965 and now employs a staff of nearly 2,000, including vice president and design director John Bricker, at 24 offices worldwide. Among recent projects in California are the Sherman Oaks Galleria mall in the San Fernando Valley, BMW Designworks in Newbury Park, and Design Within Reach's shop in Palo Alto. The firm has also completed the classrooms and photo labs for the School of the International Center of Photography, New York, and is currently designing work space for Renzo Piano's New York Times building. Gensler received the AIA's Architecture Firm Award of 2000. 1 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10021; 212-492-1400.
Hut Sachs Studio ("Read On," page 140) is an architectural firm founded by Thomas Hut and Jane Sachs in 1993. In different ways, each of the principals brings an understanding of art to the practice of design. A graduate of Princeton University's master's in architecture program, Hut has been a registered architect since 1980. His familiarity with large-scale art projects was honed during his seven years at the Guggenheim Museum, where he worked on the construction of Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Bilbao. Sachs, a ceramicist by training, developed her sense of surface, color, and plastic form in a new realm in the Columbia School of Architecture master's program. Hut Sachs Studio is best known for its radical rethinking of office spaces for MTV Networks, TBWA\Chiat\Day, ScreamingMedia, and DoubleClick. The firm's extensive residential résumé notes the late Jay Chiat's beach house on Long Island, New York, as well as numerous high-end residential renovations in Manhattan. An affinity for projects related to the art world continues with the design for the James Cohan Gallery in Chelsea, scheduled to open this fall. 414 Broadway, New York, NY 10013; 212-219-1567.
Lehman-Smith + McLeish ("Beyond Words," page 182) provides services in strategic and master planning in addition to the design of architecture, interiors, and products. Founding partners Debra Lehman-Smith and James McLeish III have collaborated for more than 20 years on corporate, legal, institutional, and hospitality projects. For almost every one in the past decade, the two partners worked with consultants at Art Sources of Miami to install work that reflects the client's corporate culture and philosophy. 1150 18th Street NW, Suite 350, Washington, DC 20036; 202-263-7400.
Ortner & Ortner Baukunst ("Brandenburg Concerto," page 148) was founded in Düsseldorf, Germany, and now has offices in Berlin and Vienna. Projects have included residential developments, hotels, banks, public libraries, and museums. At Vienna's MuseumsQuartier art complex, completed last year, the firm was responsible for both interior and exterior architecture. Florian Matzker, project manager for the building featured here, has been at the firm for six years and is currently working on a Berlin hotel and office building for Sofitel. 4 Rückerstrasse, 10119 Berlin, Germany; 49-30-28-70-02.
Reed Creative ("Triple Exposure," page 188), headed by Jonathan Reed and known for highly detailed modern residential work, is currently handling architecture and interiors projects in the U.K., Ireland, Italy, and New York as well as a timber-cabin settlement on England's southern coast and the refitting of a motor yacht. The five-year-old firm also maintains a London showroom that sells custom furniture, antiques, and decorative objects. Reed came to his present field by winning a product-design competition for a Japanese store and working as a store designer for Hackett and Ralph Lauren. 151A Sydney Street, London SW3 6NT, U.K.; 44-20-7565-0066.
Studios Architecture ("Bolt of Lighting," page 156), a global multiservice architecture and interiors firm, was founded in 1985. The project team for the Morgan Lewis offices was headed by principal Todd DeGarmo, who joined the firm in 1989 and founded its New York outpost in 1996. DeGarmo holds an architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati and, prior to arriving at Studios, worked as an associate at the New York offices of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and at Swanke Hayden Connell Architects. Recent commissions include the renovation of another law firm, a post-September 11 relocation job for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and a new corporate headquarters for Bloomberg. 1625 M Street NW, Washington, DC 20036; 202-736-5972.
Tighe Architecture ("Art for Life," page 170), the two-year-old firm of Patrick Tighe, AIA, has already garnered AIA's national and Los Angeles awards. Tighe earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a master's of architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles. During his seven years of affiliation with Morphosis Architects, his projects included the ASE Design Center in Taiwan and, in the U.S., S.H.R. Perceptual Management in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Friedland Jacobs Communications, located in L.A. Recently completed are a ranch in Texas and a painting studio in the Hollywood Hills. Tighe also teaches courses at the University of Southern California. 171 Pier Avenue, 472, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-8823.
Photographers in this issue
Art Gray ("Art for Life," page 170), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806.
Ken Hayden ("Triple Exposure," page 188), 151A Sydney Street, London SW3 6NT, U.K.; 44-20-7376-3219.
Tim Hursley ("Beyond Words," page 182), Arkansas Office, 1911 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR 72205; 501-372-0640.
David Joseph ("Read On," page 140; "Absolut Office," page 194), 212-247-2992.
Raimund Koch ("Bolt of Lighting," page 156), 30 Christopher Street, 4B, New York, NY 10014; 212-691-2819.
Eric Laignel ("Brandenburg Concerto," page 148; "The Fashion Cycle," page 176), 9 Rue Paul Louis Courier, 75007 Paris, France; 49-172-21-44-090; morganephoto @hotmail.com.
Nick Merrick ("Absolut Office," page 194), Hedrich Blessing Photographers, 11 West Illinois Street, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-321-1151.
Jon Miller ("Beyond Words," page 182), Hedrich Blessing Photographers, 11 West Illinois Street, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-321-1151, ext. 131.
Cristina Rodés ("A Sculpture for Living In," page 162), Lovatt-Smith Interiors, Paseo La Florestal, La Floresta, San Cugat, 08198 Barcelona, Spain; 34-652-843-697; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul Warchol Photography ("Bolt of Lighting," page 156), 224 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013; 212-431-3461.
Designers in forum
Anthony Abbate ("Fresh Perspective," page 71), 808 East Las Olas Boulevard, Suite 105, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301; 954-463-8596.
Arup ("Serpentine Logic," page 67), 13 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 4BQ, U.K.; 44-20-7636-1531.
Toyo Ito & Associates ("Serpentine Logic," page 67), 1-19-4 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-002, Japan; 81-3-3409-5822.
Photographers in forum
Francie Bishop Good ("Fresh Perspective," page 71), 117 NE Second Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301; 954-832-9933.
Ken Hayden ("Serpentine Logic," page 67), 151A Sydney Street, London SW3 6NT, U.K.; 44-20-7376-3219.
The following credits should have been listed in "Body and Soul" (May, page 252): artwork designer Penny Lea Seferovich, mosaic artist Elinor M. Schiele, and owners representative Barney Skanska Construction Company.