Staff -- Interior Design, 11/1/2006 12:00:00 AM
"Through Traffic," page 160
partner:Lucy Aiken-Johnson, ASID.
partner:Patrick Johnson, AIA.
partner:Dan Maas, AIA.
completed projects:Koroseal offices, a coffee shop, a restaurant, and Small Concept children's boutique, all in Atlanta.
current projects: Tandus showroom, Super Group office, and a coffee, tea, and wine bar, all in Atlanta; a line for Pallas Textiles.
honors: Gold and Bronze Awards from the ASID's Georgia chapter, which Aiken-Johnson served as president last year.
in the arts: Aiken-Johnson loves to sketch and paint watercolors.
in the arts: Johnson paints, too, but in acrylic on panel.
in the arts: Maas is a director of the Museum of Design Atlanta.
530 Means Street, Suite 305, Atlanta, GA 30318; 404-339-3333; ai3online.com.
"Hitting the Redline," page 174
completed projects: A house for Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber in Malibu, California; houses in Atlanta and Portland, Oregon; Moët & Chandon M Lounges in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and Miami; Whiskey Park in Boston.
current projects: Red Rock Hotel and Spa expansion and Mirage Spa and Salon in Las Vegas; W Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles; a bar at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego.
revving up: Czysz gets a thrill from riding motorcycles at speeds of up to 190 mph.
winding down: He and his family like to float down the Columbia River in their Chris-Craft Corsair 36.
911 NE Davis Street, Portland, OR 97232; 503-786-9007; architropolis.com.
"Wild Roses," page 136
principal:Patrick O. de Louwere.
current projects:A stadium in Breda, Netherlands; an insurance office in Zoetermeer, Netherlands; pro bono, a cultural center in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
old-school: Eijking scours the globe for antique flags.
new wave: De Louwere is a self-described fashion victim.
8 Javastraat, 3016 CE Rotterdam, Netherlands; 31-10-225-15-00; eijkingdelouwere.nl.
"Raise a Glass," page 166
partner:Anne Catherine Fleith.
completed projects: Raika Bank in Kaltern and a house in Terenten, both in Italy; a conceptual-art project in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
current projects: Million Donkey Hotel in Prata Sannita, Italy; Designhotel (Morak) in Velden am Wörthersee and a village square in Paasdorf, both in Austria.
honors: Karl-Hofer-Preis; Staatspreis für Experimentelle Tendenzen in der Architektur.
drinking: Fleith opts for red wine from Burgundy, while Zoderer prefers Austrian beer.
driving: Since the Winecenter Kaltern is approximately six hours by car from Vienna, the architects drove a total of 500 hours for the project.
72 Schottenfeldgasse, 1070 Vienna, Austria; 43-19-24-04-99; feld72.at.
François Muracciole Architecte
"A Fashion Fairy Tale," page 152
completed projects: Bonton hair salon, offices for Résonances and Salviati, exhibitions for the Salon de Meuble, and apartments, all in Paris.
current projects: Apartments in Paris; houses in Normandy and Burgundy, France; 12 Bonpoint boutiques worldwide.
double function: Muracciole likes to design furniture that can be used in different ways—one apartment's cabinet, for example, is accessible from both the sitting room and the bathroom.
double trouble: He has a twin brother, Xavier.
54 Rue de Montreuil, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-43-71-33-03; fmuracciole.com.
Oyler Wu Collaborative
"Cementing the Deal," page 128
completed projects: Turntable Lab in Los Angeles; a town house in New York.
current projects: Prologue Films in L.A.; a residence in Malibu, California; a residential deck addition in Arcadia, California.
school's in: Both Oyler and Wu teach at the Southern California Institute of Architecture—he thesis and fourth-year design studio, she first-year design studio.
school's out: Oyler plays bluegrass, and Wu does Ashtanga yoga. Together, they go camping.
2404 Wilshire Boulevard, 9D, Los Angeles, CA 90057; 213-736-1277; oylerwu.com.
Stonely Pelsinski Architects Neukomm
"Right on Target," page 144
completed projects: Videoconferencing facilities for McKesson in San Francisco and Alpharetta, Georgia. Genny boutique and a dentist's office in New York. Residences in New York; Bellport, New York; and Boston.
current projects: Ten town houses, a sustainable mixed-use building, and the firm's own office, all in New York.
honors: AIA New York State Award.
sports: Stonely's first and only game of golf was under par.
wheels: Pelsinski built a Ferrari 348T out of salvaged cardboard, at 1/16 scale.
books: Neukomm is three quarters of the way through Henry James's complete works.
11 Broadway, Suite 1500, New York, NY 10004; 212-732-7012; span-ny.com.
Photographers in this issue
Lance Davies ("Through Traffic," page 160), 675 Metropolitan Parkway, Suite 4001, Atlanta, GA 30310; 404-202-4881; lancedavies.com.
Art Gray ("Cementing the Deal," page 128), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806; artgrayphotography.com.
Hertha Hurnaus ("Raise a Glass," page 166), 3/9 Köstlergasse, 1060 Vienna, Austria; 43-15-23-50-64; hurnaus.com.
Eric Laignel ("Wild Roses," page 136; "A Fashion Fairy Tale," page 152; "Hitting the Redline," page 174), email@example.com.
Michael Moran Photography ("Right on Target," page 144), 10 West 18th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10011; 212-334-4543; moranstudio.com.
Designers in Health Care
Babey Moulton Jue & Booth ("Land of the Rising Sun," page 96), 510 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94107; 415-979-9880; bamo.com.
Beardslee Waites Architects ("On the Surface," page 88), 174 Broadway, 2B, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 718-599-4534; beardsleewaites.com.
Photographers in Health Care
Steve Hall ("Land of the Rising Sun," page 96), Hedrich Blessing, 400 North Peoria Street, Chicago, IL 60622; 312-491-1101.
Mark La Rosa ("On the Surface," page 88), 917-855-3466; marklarosaphotography.com.
Designer in Walk-Through
Philippe Stuebi Architekten ("Light Reading," page 64), 219 Hardstrasse, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland; 41-44-440-7777; philippestuebi.ch.
Photographer in Walk-Through
Dominique Marc Wehrli ("Light Reading," page 64), Architekturbild, 31A Zuricherstrasse, 8103 Unterengstringen, Switzerland; 41-44-492-6185; architekturbild.ch.
Designer in Crosslines
Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects ("His Life's Work," page 118), 1056 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT 06510; 203-777-2515; pcparch.com.
Designer in Centerfold
NArchitects ("Castles in the Air," page 124), 147 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002; 212-253-2853; narchitects.com.