Staff -- Interior Design, 2/1/2008 12:00:00 AM
"Bubble Bath," page 180
principal partner: Stefan Behnisch.
completed projects: Werner-von-Linde-Halle in Munich; Norddeutsche Landesbank in Hannover, Germany; Thermal Spa Römerbad in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria; Genzyme Centre in Cambridge, Massachusetts; University of Toronto Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research.
current projects: Unilever in Hamburg, Germany; Ventspils Concert Hall Lielais Square in Latvia; RiverParc Pittsburgh; a building for Yale–New Haven Hospital; Harvard University's Allston Science Complex in Cambridge.
honors: AIA Committee on the Environment Award; Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award; RIBA Awards; Ontario Association of Architects Award of Excellence.
around town: Behnisch comes up with design ideas while riding his motorbike.
around the world: His latest vacation was to Switzerland, where he skiied with his wife and two children.
163A Rotebühlstrasse, 70197 Stuttgart, Germany; 49-711-607-720; behnisch.com.
"A Light Touch," page 170
principal: Joe Nahem.
completed projects: Residences in New York. The restoration of a Joe D'Urso house in East Hampton, New York. Houses in Greenwich, Connecticut; Palm Beach, Florida; and Palo Alto, California.
current projects: A penthouse in New York; a house in Southampton, New York.
high: During a travel-filled year, Nahem rode the Orient Express up to Peru's Machu Picchu.
dry: He also trekked across the Chilean desert, among the most arid spots on earth.
82 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10003; 212-358-1411; foxnahemdesign.com.
"Meet George Jetson," page 188
principal: Nila R. Leiserowitz, FASID.
completed projects: Walt Disney Company, Saban Capital Group, McCann World Group, and Nike, all in Los Angeles; Western Asset in Pasadena, California.
current projects: Canyon Capital Advisors in L.A.; TCW Group in New York; Firmenich in Geneva.
honors: ASID Designer of Distinction.
cartoon character: Leiserowitz likes Jane Jetson for her sparkling personality.
regional design director: James Young.
completed projects: Creative Artists Agency in L.A.; Station Casinos in Las Vegas.
current projects: William Morris Agency and Latham & Watkins in L.A.
honors: Interior Design Best of Year Award.
cartoon character: For Young, it's Fairly Odd Parents's Cosmo, because he's so sarcastic.
2500 Broadway, Suite 300, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-449-5600; gensler.com.
Peter Marino Architect
"Dior, J'Adore," page 162
principal: Peter Marino, FAIA.
completed projects: Chanel in Los Angeles and Tokyo; Louis Vuitton in New York and Paris; Fendi in New York and Rome; residences worldwide; Linea A seating for Poltrona Frau.
current projects: Christian Dior in New York; Jewish Congregation of Brookville synagogue in Jericho, New York; Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, New York; residences worldwide.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; AIA National and New York chapter awards.
street-wear: Black leather and a black T-shirt.
formal wear: Ditto.
150 East 58th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-752-5444; petermarinoarchitect.com.
Juan Montoya Design
"Open-Door Policy," page 196
principal: Juan Montoya.
completed projects: Residences in New York; a beach club in Estero, Florida.
current projects: Houses in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and Punta Mita, Mexico; a 40-piece collection for Century Furniture; fabric for Holland & Sherry.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; honorary doctorate of fine arts from Parsons the New School for Design.
make it: Montoya is developing furniture detailed with bone, a common material in his native Colombia.
buy it: He likes sourcing regional products, for example Macana wood for the floor of the Mexico house.
330 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-421-2400; juanmontoyadesign.com.
Eve Robinson Associates
"Expect the Unexpected," page 204
principal: Eve Robinson.
completed projects: Apartments in New York; houses in Bridgehampton and Scarsdale, New York.
current projects: A town house and an apartment in New York; houses in Sagaponack, Quogue, and Rye, New York; a house in Harding, New Jersey.
studied: Art history at Vassar College.
studies: Her two kids' multiplication tables.
2091 Broadway, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10023; 212-595-0661; everobinson.net.
"In the Lap of Luxury," page 212
principal: George Yabu.
principal: Glenn Pushelberg.
completed projects: Four Seasons hotels in Toronto, Tokyo, and Dubayy, United Arab Emirates; W New York–Times Square; St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco; Fin restaurant in Las Vegas; Bergdorf Goodman, Tiffany & Co., and Kate Spade in New York.
current projects: Four Seasons hotel in New York; W hotels in Miami Beach, Milan, and Guangzhou, China; Baccarat hotel in the Turks and Caicos, British West Indies; Louis Vuitton in Hong Kong.
honors: Interior Design Hall of Fame; Gold Key Awards for Excellence in Hospitality Design.
home bases: A ravine-side Toronto house and a New York condo by Richard Meier & Partners, Architects.
escape: A Miami Beach house with a bamboo garden.
55 Booth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2M3, Canada; 416-778-9779; 138 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012; 212-226-0808; yabupushelberg.com.
Photographers in this issue
Jimmy Cohrssen Photography ("Dior, J'Adore," page 162), 17 bis Avenue Parmentier, 75011 Paris, France; 33-6-85-65-77-24; jimmy.cohrssen.com.
Evan Dion Photographer ("In the Lap of Luxury," page 212), 20 Leslie Street, 102, Toronto, Ontario M4M 3L4, Canada; 416-465-8641; evandion.com.
Torben Eskerod and Adam Mørk ("Bubble Bath," page 180), 15 Esromgade, 5th Floor, 2, 2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark; 45-35-85-81-60; adammork.dk.
Elizabeth Felicella ("A Light Touch," page 170), 998 Amsterdam Avenue, 4A, New York, NY 10025; 212-662-8039; elizabethfelicella.com.
Eric Laignel ("Open-Door Policy," page 196; "Expect the Unexpected," page 204), ericlaignel.com.
Patricia Parinejad Photography ("Meet George Jetson," page 188), patriciaparinejad.com.
Antje Quiram ("Bubble Bath," page 180), Aqui Architekturfotografie, 49-172-547-5819; antjequiram.com.
Designers in Walk-Through
BraytonHughes Design Studios ("High Minded," page 60), 639 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105; 415-291-8100; bhdstudios.com.
EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect ("Let There Be Dark," page 70), 526 West 26th Street, 514, New York, NY 10001; 212-989-0652; eoarch.com.
Photographers in Walk-Through
Frank Oudeman ("Let There Be Dark," page 70), 646-298-8400; frankoudeman.com.
John Sutton Photography ("High Minded," page 60), 8 Main Street, Point San Quentin, CA 94964; 415-258-8100; johnsuttonphotography.com.
Designers in Health Care
Aldinger & Aldinger Partnerschaft Freie Architekten ("Life and Afterlife," page 104), 23A Grosse Falterstrasse, 70597 Stuttgart, Germany; 49-711-976-780; aldingerarchitekten.de.
NBBJ ("A Beacon of Healing," page 97), 223 Yale Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109; 206-223-5555; nbbj.com.
Sieger Design ("Special Delivery," page 112), Schloss Harkotten, 48336 Sassenberg, Germany; 49-5426-94-92-0; siegerdesign.com.
Photographers in Health Care
Benjamin Benschneider ("A Beacon of Healing," page 97), 517 North 66th Street, Seattle, WA 98103; 206-789-5973; benschneiderphoto.com.
Zooey Braun ("Life and Afterlife," page 104), 51 Römerstrasse, 70180 Stuttgart, Germany; 49-711-640-0361; zooeybraun.de.
Christian Richters Fotograf ("Special Delivery," page 112), 23 Sandestrasse, 48145 Münster, Germany; 49-251-277447.
Designer in Crosslines
Vladimir Kagan Design Group ("Function Conjunction," page 148), 212-289-0031; vladimirkagan.com.
Photographer in Crosslines
Eric Laignel ("Function Conjunction," page 148), ericlaignel.com.
Designer in Centerfold
Höweler + Yoon Architecture ("When Mardi Gras Came Early," page 156), 150 Lincoln Street, 3A, Boston, MA 02111; 617-517-4101; hyarchitecture.com.
• The photograph on the first page of "Market" (January, page 87) is by Michelle Litvin. She can be contacted at 1827 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60608; 312-933-9113; michellelitvin.com.