Gold Medalists 2004
In the arena of design, art, and ideas, this year fielded a champion team
Staff -- Interior Design, 12/1/2004 12:00:00 AM
ALISON SAAR Mixed-media Delta Do, selected for "Bottle: Contemporary Art and Vernacular Tradition" at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Photography: Courtesy of the artist.
PIERRE CARDIN Fashion and furniture reunited at his Hotel Résidence Maxim's in Paris. Photography: Thierry Malty; styling: Patricia Parinejad.
DOUGLAS GORDON 24 Hour Psycho, a video projection shown in "Cut Film as Found Object" at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami. Photography: Courtesy of the artist.
MANCINI DUFFY AND PERKINS & WILL The cafeteria at Time Warner, New York. Photography: Adrian Wilson.
BOTHE RICHTER TEHERANI The firm's own office in Hamburg, Germany. Photography: Lars Pillmann.
JOHN CHAMBERLAIN Bizarre Seaside in painted stainless steel, shown in "North Fork/South Fork: East End Art Now" at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, New York. Photography: Ellen Page Wilson, courtesy of PaceWildenstein.
MILTON GLASER The 2004 National Design Award winner's Bob Dylan poster. Photography: Courtesy of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.
JAKKU PERNU Woven-willow sculptures at Milan's Burberry boutique by Virgile and Stone Associates. Photography: Matteo Piazza.
ANA MENDIETA Tree of Life, a photograph shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Photography: Courtesy of the Collection Raquelín Mendieta Family Trust.
PIERRE HUYGHE The animated film One Million Kingdoms, shown at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Photography: Courtesy of the artist and the Marian Goodman Gallery, New York.
GENSLER The editing booths at Corinthian Television in London. Photography: Timothy Soar.
THIERRY GERME A vignette in "L'Intime: Le Collectionneur Derrière la Porte" at La Maison Rouge, a Paris foundation by Amplitude Architectes. Photography: Thierry Malty; styling: Patricia Parinejad.
ANDREW KRIEGER A Room at the Hotel du Luys, a mixed-media work shown at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Photography: Courtesy of the artist.
SOFIA TEKALA-SMITH Savage Island Man With Pure, a photograph shown in "Paradise Now? Contemporary Art From the Pacific" at New York's Asia Society and Museum. Photography: Courtesy of the artist.
FABIO NOVEMBRE The architect's cotton-upholstered AND sofas at his Una Hotel Vittoria in Florence, Italy. Photography: Alberto Ferrero.
DESIGN ACADEMY EINDHOVEN The students' entry for Downtown at the Hotel Chelsea in New York. Photography: Eric Laignel.
LLAMATA + BERTHIER/LLB ARCHITECTURE Artist Bernar Venet's Paris residence. Photography: Jean-François Jaussaud.
J.D. 'OKHAI OJEIKERE Gelatin silver print Mkpuk Eba, shown at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Photography: Courtesy of the Contemporary African Art Collection and the Jean Pigozzi Collection, Geneva.
JEROME ABEL SEGUIN His collection of sculpture in wood and stone, for Nine Gallery at Ralph Pucci International in New York. Photography: Antoine Bootz.
M.O. BARSH AND A.N. KOLCHIN The Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics in Moscow. Photography: Eric Laignel.
CHETWOOD ASSOCIATES Architect Laurie Chetwood's butterfly-inspired weekend house in Surrey, U.K. Photography: Edmund Sumner/View.
JEAN PAUL GAULTIER A bread ball gown in "Pain Couture" at the Fondation Cartier Pour l'Art Contemporain, Paris. Photography: Jimmy Cohrssen; producer: Patricia Parinejad.
ZHANG DALI Chromogenic print Demolition: Time Plaza, Beijing, shown in "Between Past and Future: New Photography and Video From China" at the International Center of Photography in New York. Photography: Courtesy of the artist and CourtYard Gallery, Beijing.
CHRIS LEVINE His lacquer, crystal, and LED chandelier at Kabaret's Prophecy, a London nightclub by David Collins Architecture & Design. Photography: Adrian Wilson.
ENGLISH A day dress, circa 1875, shown in "Colors: Viktor & Rolf & KCI" at Tokyo's Mori Art Museum. Photography: Courtesy of the Mori Art Museum.
HANS HARALD RATH The Metropolitan chandelier, shown in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's "Glamour: Fashion, Industrial Design, Architecture." Photography: Courtesy of J&L Lobmeyr, Vienna.
NOX The paper model for a Dutch pavilion, shown in "Architectures Non-Standard" at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Photography: Eric Laignel; producer: Patricia Parinejad.
YINKA SHONIBARE From "Turner Prize 2004," Scramble for Africa, commissioned for "Looking Both Ways" at the Museum for African Art, New York. Photography: Courtesy of the artist and the Stephen Friedman Gallery, London.
BROMLEY CALDARI ARCHITECTS African helmet masks displayed at a New York town house. Photography: Eric Laignel.
VALERIO DEWALT TRAIN ASSOCIATES A New York loft dressed up in steel. Photography: Steve Hall/Hedrich Blessing.
FLOR GARDUÑO Gelatin silver print Hoja Elegante, Mexico, shown at Throckmorton Fine Art, New York. Photography: Courtesy of Throckmorton Fine Art.
PUGH + SCARPA A corridor at Los Angeles marketing firm Creative Domain. Photography: Marvin Rand.
ROSS BLECKNER The Shifting of Light, an oil on canvas shown at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Photography: Courtesy of the Rachofsky Collection, Dallas.
YEOHLEE TENG Fashion by the 2004 National Design Award winner. Photography: Karen Willis/MMA.
FLORENCE LOPEZ The antiques dealer's own Paris apartment and gallery. Photography: Jean-François Jaussaud.
DALE CHIHULY Oklahoma Persian Ceiling, at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Photography: Courtesy of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
KIM MACCONNEL The ceiling of New York restaurant Chez Es Saada by Izhar Patkin. Photography: Eric Laignel; styling: Patricia Parinejad.