Staff -- Interior Design, 11/1/2004 12:00:00 AM
"New Kids on the Block," page 146
founder: Jonathan Adler.
completed projects: Jonathan Adler shops in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami; apartments in New York.
current projects: Apartments in New York. Residences in East Hampton, New York, and Los Angeles.
private: "In decorating, the wife is always right. Unless the husband is gay."
public: "Celebrities should pay full price."
333 Hudson Street, Suite 702, New York, NY 10013; 212-645-2802.
"Dressed To Kill," page 102
principal: Enrico Bonetti.
principal: Dominic Kozerski.
completed projects: Donna Karan Collection stores in New York and Tokyo; the DKNY flagship, a David Barton Gym, and Donna Karan's apartment, all in New York; Karan's spa house in East Hampton, New York.
current projects: Apartments in New York; Donna Karan Collection and DKNY stores in Bangkok, Singapore, and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
must have: For Bonetti, a single shot of espresso, standing at the bar like it's done in Italy.
must say: For Kozerski, cursing in "strictly vernacular" English at the job site.
270 Lafayette Street, Suite 906, New York, NY 10012; 212-343-9898; bonettikozerski.com.
"Luxembourg Deluxe," page 140
founder, principal: Christian Biecher.
completed projects: A café, the Pierre Hermé patisserie, and the Musée National du Moyen Age in Paris; the Centre Hospitalier d'Hénin-Beaumont in France; the Issey Miyake headquarters and exhibition design for "France Design 2003" in Tokyo; a crystal vase for Baccarat; a lacquer and polypropylene armoire for Galerie Néotu.
current projects: Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong; a flatware collection for Christofle.
honors: Maison & Objet designer of the year.
fictional favorite: Don Quixote.
real-life hero: Michael Moore.
14 Rue Crespin-du-Gast, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-49-29-69-39; biecher.com.
"Say Cheeeeese!" page 134
principal: Jean-Marc Gady.
completed projects: The Angelus standing lamp, Submarine vase, and Air Cup espresso cup for Ligne Roset.
principal: Guillaume Galloy.
completed projects: Furniture for Paris stores at Sephora; furnishings, materials, and lighting for Shanghai and other locations at Louis Vuitton.
current projects: As G2, an extension to a house in Paris.
cheese, please: Gady can never get enough mozzarella di bufala.
no thanks: Living in yurts on a summer trip to Mongolia, Galloy overdosed on chèvre.
24 Rue Louis Blanc, 75010 Paris, France; 33-6-64-40-54-28; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Julie Hillman Design
"No Frills, Just Thrills," page 126
principal: Julie Hillman.
completed projects: A loft and a prewar apartment in New York; a house in East Hampton, New York.
current projects: Apartments in New York; residences in East Hampton and Southampton, New York.
fashion versus interiors: "It was stimulating to design what the consumer would be wearing a year in advance," says Hillman.
interiors versus fashion: "I love that no two jobs are the same."
983 Park Avenue, Suite 10B, New York, NY 10028; 212-396-2071; email@example.com.
Moatti & Rivière Architecture
"House of Dreams," page 110
principal: Alain Moatti.
completed projects: A theater in Lyon; an African art museum in Paris.
principal: Henri Rivière.
completed projects: Several pieces of urban sculpture.
current projects: As Moatti & Rivière Architecture, a book documenting the Jean Paul Gaultier project.
getting started: Moatti studied photography, then spent a year working with stone in Pietrasanta, Italy.
getting started: Rivière sold his own furniture designs to pay the tuition at the Ecole Camondo.
10 Rue Auguste Lançon, 75013 Paris, France; 33-1-45-65-44-04; moatti-riviere.com.
"All the Wright Moves," page 118
principal: Maartje Lammers.
principal: Boris Zeisser.
completed projects: Ichthus Academy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands; public housing in Nieuw-Vennep, the Netherlands; the Ashlee House Hotel lobby in London.
current projects: Urban design and planning for Amsterdam, Hoofddorp, and Purmerend, all in the Netherlands; housing in Amsterdam; public housing and an office building in Hoofddorp; a beach pavilion and the refurbishment of a water tower in Zeeland, the Netherlands.
in summer: Lammers water-skis on Lake Övre Gla.
in winter: Zeisser goes snow skiing in Norway and Switzerland.
1206 Van Nelleweg, Tabak 2.06, 3004BC Rotterdam, Netherlands; 31-10-750-3150; 24h-architecture.com.
Photographers in this issue
Art Gray ("New Kids on the Block," page 146), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806.
Jean-François Jaussaud ("Luxembourg Deluxe," page 140), 118 Boulevard de Verdun, 94120 Fontenay-sous-Bois, France; 33-1-41-95-87-80.
Eric Laignel ("House of Dreams," page 110), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thierry Malty ("Say Cheeeeese!" page 134), 4 Rue Levert, 75020 Paris, France; c/o email@example.com.
Bärbel Miebach ("No Frills, Just Thrills," page 126), 21 Gramercy Park South, 2C, New York, NY 10003; 212-475-7754.
James Silverman ("All the Wright Moves," page 118), 9 Skäpplandsgatan, 414-78 Göteborg, Sweden; 46-730-614-908; jamessilverman.co.uk.
Kris Tamburello ("Dressed To Kill," page 102), 917-602-4470; kristamburello.com.
Designers in walk-through
Fiorentino Architettura ("Multiuse and Multimedia," page 66), 2 Via Strettola San Vincenzo, 80067 Sorrento, Italy; 39-08-1878-1203; alessandrofiorentinocollection.it.
Guillermo Gomez Architect ("Come Out and Play," page 58), 45 East 20th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10003; 212-529-4562; ggarchitect.com.
Oppenheim Architecture + Design ("Made in Miami Beach," page 52), 245 NE 37th Street, Suite 102, Miami, FL 33137; 305-576-8404.
Photographers in walk-through
Mauricio Donelli ("Multiuse and Multimedia," page 66), 212-876-1859; mauriciodonelli.com.
Eric Laignel ("Made in Miami Beach," page 52; "Come Out and Play," page 58), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designers in health care
Design Collaboratives ("Not Quite the Tooth Fairy," page 82), 3654 West Diversey Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647; 773-227-3244; designcollaboratives.com.
Doug Stiles Interior Design ("On a Higher Plane," page 88), 216 West 18th Street, 1002, New York, NY 10011; 212-645-9111; dougstiles.com.
Photographers in health care
Todd Kancar ("On a Higher Plane," page 88), 646-541-8356; email@example.com.
Michelle Litvin ("Not Quite the Tooth Fairy," page 82), 1827 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60608; 312-421-9242; michellelitvin.com.
Sean Kennedy Santos ("On a Higher Plane," page 88), 302A West 12th Street, New York, NY 10014; 212-679-2172.
Designer in centerfold
Rockwell Group ("She's on Our Team," page 93), 5 Union Square West, New York, NY 10003; 212-463-0334; rockwellgroup.com.
Evie Porwick/FPO, one of the clients mentioned in "Employment Opportunity" (September, page 98), is a placement agency that specializes in graphic designers.
The late artist Saul Steinberg did not design the vinyl wall covering pictured in the master bath in "Come Right In" (September, page 220).
Adrian Wilson photographed "The Rake's Progress" (October, page 68). He can be reached at 990 Avenue of the Americas, 10N, New York, NY 10018; 212-729-7077; interiorphotography.net.
Westin-Nielsen is the correct spelling for the manufacturer of the Plus Size chair in "Seating" (Fall Market, page 27). The company's Web site is westinnielsen.com.