Designers and Photographers in this Issue
Staff -- Interior Design, 2/1/2002 12:00:00 AM
Designers in this issue
Brininstool + Lynch ("Applied Science," page 126; "Wish List," page 120), headed by partners David Brininstool and Brad Lynch, was profiled in October 2001. 230 West Superior Street, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-640-0505.
Bucholz McEvoy Architects ("User-Friendly," page 130; "Hall of Fame," page 136), based in Dublin, was founded in 1996 by Merritt Bucholz and Karen McEvoy, AIA, MRIAI. Bucholz, who holds a B.Arch. from Cornell University and an M.Arch. from Princeton University, formerly worked for Emilio Ambasz, James Stewart Polshek, Michel Kagan, and Ricardo Bofill. McEvoy, with a B.Arch. from the University College Dublin School of Architecture, was formerly with Michael Graves & Associates, Emilio Ambasz & Associates, and Polshek/Salomon Architects. Bucholz has taught at Princeton and Cornell and lectured at University College Dublin and DIT Bolton Street School of Architecture; McEvoy has also lectured at the latter. Their firm designed the Limerick County Council headquarters, two visitor pavilions in Dublin, and various schools and housing projects in Ireland. 7 Upper Camden Street, Dublin 2, Ireland; 353-1-476-0650; www.bmcea.com.
David Ling Architect ("A River Runs Through It," page 164) was founded in 1992 by its eponymous principal, who had worked previously for I.M. Pei and Richard Meier. Ling's five-person architecture and interiors firm has completed a range of projects including four Alberta Ferretti boutiques worldwide, offices in Berlin and New York, and many New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut residences. In addition, he has won awards for office and retail interior design. He currently teaches at the Parsons School of Design in New York. 225 East 21st Street, New York, NY 10010; 212-982-7089, fax 212-475-1336; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Messana O'Rorke Architects ("Double Vision," page 150), a New York firm founded in 1996 by Brian Messana and Toby O'Rorke, focuses on architecture as well as graphic, furniture, and product design. Messana holds a master's degree in architecture from Columbia University and has taught the subject at Columbia and at Pratt Institute. O'Rorke is a graduate of Oxford Polytechnic in the U.K. Their firm has completed a diverse body of work, including showrooms, galleries, and commercial spaces. Three residential projects and a restaurant-lounge in Madrid are currently in progress. 118 West 22nd Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10011; 212-807-1960; www.messanaororke.com.
Karim Rashid ("Chef's Choice," page 158) was born to an Egyptian father and English mother and raised in Canada, where he received an undergraduate degree in industrial design from Carleton University in 1982. He spent seven years in industrial design in Canada while moonlighting as a fashion designer. He also served as an associate professor of industrial design at the Ontario College of Art & Design, Rhode Island School of Design, Pratt Institute, and University of the Arts. Corporations that have commissioned work from his Manhattan firm, founded in 1993, include Giorgio Armani, Tommy Hilfiger, Estée Lauder, Maybelline, Nambé, Prada, Sony, and Umbra. A 260-page monograph on Rashid, I Want to Change the World, was released last year by Universe. Now, in addition to designing hotel interiors in Los Angeles and Greece, he is developing fashion lines for men and women and preparing a show for the Sandra Gering Gallery in Manhattan. 357 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011; 212-929-8657.
Studio Arthur de Mattos Casas ("In Top Form," page 140; "Raw Talent," page 146) is the firm of a Brazilian-born and -bred designer and architect. Casas graduated from the school of architecture and urban planning at Mackenzie University in São Paulo in 1983 and, not long after, opened two furniture stores. His current firm has designed nightclubs, hotels, restaurants, and residences around the world. Alameda Ministro Rocha Azevedo 1052, 01410-002 São Paulo/SP, Brazil; 55-11-3082-6311, fax 55-11-3082-6608; email@example.com.
Photographers in this issue
Christopher Barrett ("Applied Science," page 126; "Wish List," page 120), 11 West Illinois Street, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-321-1151.
Antoine Bootz ("A River Runs Through It," page 164), 123 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011; 212-336-9041.
Elizabeth Felicella ("Double Vision," page 150), 998 Amsterdam Avenue, 4A, New York, NY 10025; 212-662-8039.
David Joseph ("Chef's Choice," page 158), 212-695-0755.
Bärbel Miebach ("A River Runs Through It," page 164), 153 East 18th Street, 21, New York, NY 10003; 212-473-7717.
Michael Moran ("User-Friendly," page 130; "Hall of Fame," page 136), 371 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-334-4543.
Tuca Reinés ("In Top Form," page 140; "Raw Talent," page 146), Rua Emanuel Kant 58, Jardim Europa, 04536-050 São Paulo/SP, Brazil; 55-11-3061-9127.
Arcila-Duque Furniture Interiors ("Freshen Up," page 192) was founded by Colombian-born Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque, a designer and curator who launched the Miami showroom for the Room catalog. He later opened his own furniture and fine-art space in the Design District. He also consults for Arquitectonica. 900 16th Street, Suite 201, Miami Beach, FL 33139; 305-438-1966; www. arcila-duque.com.
Jeffrey Beers International ("Fresh-Squeezed," page 178) specializes in hospitality and commercial work. Celebrated projects have included the China Grill in New York, Miami, and Las Vegas and the New York boutique hotel Dylan. Before opening his own firm, Beers studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and spent six years at I.M. Pei & Partners, where he was project architect on the Raffles City complex in Singapore and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas. 91 Fifth Avenue, Suite 801, New York, NY 10010; 212-352-2020.
Hariri & Hariri ("Showing Off," page 188), a New York architecture practice founded by Iranian-born, Cornell-educated sisters Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri, is dedicated to innovative ideas in the commercial and residential arenas, notably at the Houses at Sagaponac and Aqua developments. Current projects include the Rockland Center for the Arts in Nyack, New York. The firm has also been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and the Berkeley Museum of Art. 18 East 12th Street, New York, NY 10003; 212-727-0338.
Barbara Hulanicki ("Pump Up the Volume," page 187) founded the Biba clothing line in the 1960s. Now a Miami interior designer, she has overseen the renovation of five Island Outpost properties. She recently completed a residence for Gloria Estefan; current projects include an apartment in Mexico and the Governor Hotel in South Beach. 1330 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139; 305-534-2135.
Kristin Hein Philip Cozzi ("Batchelor Pad," page 182) is the partnership of Cozzi, former design director of Pucci International, and Hein, who is also head designer for a hotel group in Washington, D.C., where they are working on a Morris Lapidus building. 111 East 75th Street, New York, NY 10021; 212-879-4005.
Photographers in Miami
Troy Campbell ("Pump Up the Volume," page 187), P.O. Box 398314, Miami Beach, FL 33239; 305-757-6334.
Thomas Loof ("Fresh-Squeezed," page 178; "Batchelor Pad," page 182; "Showing Off," page 188; "Freshen Up," page 192), Studio Ø, 450 North End Avenue, 7D, New York, NY 10282; 212-732-4402.
Designers in health care
Aleks Istanbullu Architects ("Loud and Clear," page 102), 1659 11th Street, Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-450-8246.
SmithGroup ("Aging Gracefully," page 99), 225 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94104; 415-227-0100.
Studio Azzurro ("Something to Smile About," page 94), 36 Rosary Gardens, London SW7 4NT, U.K.; 44-20-7373-2429.
Photographers in health care
Dennis Keeley ("Loud and Clear," page 102), 1001 Averill Avenue, San Pedro, CA 90732; 310-833-1001.
John Edward Linden ("Aging Gracefully," page 99), 4422 Via Marina, Suite 703, Marina del Rey, CA 90292; 310-301-4023.
Andrew Pedley Photography ("Something to Smile About," page 94), 9 Montpellier Court, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 2HT, U.K.; 44-1242-252142.
Deisgners in forum
GoodmanCharlton ("Burn, Baby, Burn," page 66), 32 East 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010; 212-598-9180.
Studios Architecture ("Serious Fun," page 61), 588 Broadway, Suite 702, New York, NY 10012; 212-431-4512; www.studiosarchitecture.com
Photographers in forum
Antoine Bootz ("Burn, Baby, Burn," page 66), PMI, 199 Lafayette Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10012; 212-965-1870.
Andrew Bordwin ("Serious Fun," page 61), 70A Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10011; 212-627-9519.
Michael Kleinberg ("Burn, Baby, Burn," page 66), 301 West 57th Street, 18G, New York, NY 10019; 212-924-1510.