Staff -- Interior Design, 7/1/2007 12:00:00 AM
"A River Runs Through It," page 250
principal: Brad Dunning.
completed projects: Restoration of Richard Neutra houses and other residences in Los Angeles. A house in Laguna Beach, California. A house in Hobe Sound, Florida.
current projects: Restoration of a Joseph Eichler house in Orange, California. Residences in L.A.; Palm Springs, California; and East Hampton, New York.
foreign: Dunning's architecture-oriented vacations have been in Brazil, Mexico City, and Tokyo.
domestic: He recently visited Marfa, Texas.
8581 Santa Monica Boulevard, 151, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310-385-0006.
Frederick Fisher and Partners Architects
"A River Runs Through It," page 250
principal: Fred Fisher.
partner: David Ross.
completed projects: Don Chadwick's design studio and Houston's restaurant, both in Los Angeles.
current projects: Oceanside Museum of Art in California.
honors: AIA/LA Design Award; AIA/LA Restaurant Design Award.
getaway: Fisher is about to spend six months at the American Academy in Rome.
getaway: Ross spends weekends at his 100-acre ranch in Walker Basin, north of L.A.
12248 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025; 310-820-6680; fisherpartners.net.
"Beach Blanket Modern," page 198
principal, design director: Glenn Leitch.
completed projects: Renovation of the base and infrastructure of the Statue of Liberty, Fire Department operations and command center, and Mondi-Westport showroom, all in New York.
current projects: Playboy Enterprises headquarters and Elizabeth Arden flagship in New York; Elie Tahari boutique in East Hampton, New York.
upside down: "I'm intrigued by houses where the second floor is the public space."
round and round: "I'm not a teardown-er. Every house should have a second life."
228 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10010; 212-681-0200; highlandassociates.com.
"A Feast for the Eyes," page 208
principal: Patrick Jouin.
previously seen in: April 2007.
8 Passage de la Bonne Graine, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-55-28-89-20; patrickjouin.com.
"Urban Legend," page 238
partner: Rysia Suchecka, AIA, IIDA.
completed project: Southwest Washington Medical Center in Vancouver, British Columbia.
current project: Beijing Intercontinental Hotel.
coffee break: A Café Nico at Café Vivace, Seattle.
principal: Brent Rogers.
completed project: Adobe Systems in Seattle.
current project: Boeing Future of Flight Aviation Center in Everett, Washington.
coffee break: An espresso macchiato at Seattle's Uptown Espresso.
principal: Alan Young, LEED AP, AIA.
completed project: Amgen campus in Seattle.
current project: Dalian Center in China.
coffee break: A coffee and chocolate croissant at Tarallucci e Vino in New York.
principal: Anne M. Cunningham, IIDA.
completed project: R.C. Hedreen Company in Seattle.
current project: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle.
coffee break: A double-tall extra-hot cup from Seattle's Café Vivace.
223 Yale Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109; 206-223-5555; nbbj.com.
"Change Is Good," page 258
principal: Patricia Urquiola.
completed projects: Knoll in Milan; B&B Italia in Barcelona, Spain; Laboral Centro de Arte y Creation Industrial in Gijon, Spain; Discoclub in Shanghai; products for B&B Italia, De Padova, Knoll, Merten, Molteni & C, Moroso, Somma, and Ferrero.
current projects: An apartment tower in Shanghai; an apartment in Milan; a villa in Udine, Italy; Mandarin Oriental hotel in Barcelona; W Hotel Vieques in Puerto Rico; products for Axor and Rosenthal.
honors: IMM Cologne awards for best table and chair.
viewer: Urquiola's favorite museum is Dia:Beacon in New York.
viewed: Her Fjord armchair and Bague table lamp are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
5 Piazza le Libia, 20135 Milan, Italy; 39-02-873-81848; patriciaurquiola.com.
Betty Wasserman Art & Interiors
"Beach-Blanket Modern," page 198
principal: Betty Wasserman.
completed projects: Residences in New York and New Jersey.
current projects: Residences in New York; a horse farm in New Jersey; a house in the Bahamas.
in the morning: Leaves the house to go play tennis—before her guests even wake up.
in the evening: Sips flavored vodka while watching the sunset from an Adirondack chair in her backyard.
236 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10010; 212-352-8476; bettywasserman.com.
"Their Name in Lights," page 230
principal: Monika Haefelfinger.
principal: Austin Kelly.
completed projects: Residences in Los Angeles; astudio-residence in Marina del Rey and an office building in Palos Verdes in California; a 54-unit condominium complex in Sissach, Switzerland.
current projects: Residences, LA Motorsports gallery and club, and Lodis office, all in L.A.
honors: AIA/LA awards.
near: The firm's current projects were featured in "New Blood: Next Gen" at L.A.'s Architecture and Design Museum in 2006.
far: Also last year, Haefelfinger, Kelly, and their two children hit Art Basel in her Swiss hometown.
201 Santa Fe Avenue, Suite 202, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213-625-7002; xtenarchitecture.com.
Photographers in this issue
Benny Chan ("A River Runs Through It," page 250), Fotoworks, 5069 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90016; 323-730-0100; fotoworks.cc.
Art Gray Architectural Photography ("Their Name in Lights," page 230), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806; artgrayphotography.com.
Eric Laignel ("Beach-Blanket Modern," page 198; "A Feast for theEyes," page 208; "Change Is Good," page 258), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Timothy Soar ("Urban Legend," page 238), 55-57 Wallis Road, Unit J2A, London E9 5LH, U.K.; 44-20-8986-7714; timothysoar.co.uk.
Designers in Walk-through
Andre Kikoski Architect ("Design for Dessert," page 66), 180 Varick Street, 1316, New York, NY 10014; 212-627-0240; akarchitect.com.
Tag Front ("Into the Blue," page 56), 818 South Broadway, Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213-623-2330; tagfront.com.
Designers in Kitchen & Bath
Atsushi Kitagawara Architects ("Light and Bright," page 85), 2-36-7 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0051, Japan; 81-3-3479-1521; kitagawara.co.jp.
Shamir Shah Design ("Condo Concept," page 98), 10 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013; 212-274-7476; shamirshahdesign.com.
Soma Studio ("Truck Stop," page 92), 993 Queen Street West, 214, Toronto, Ontario M6J 1H2, Canada; 416-937-5549; somastudio.ca.
Designer in Crosslines
Elkus/Manfredi Architects ("Boston Uncommon," page 190), 300 A Street, Boston, MA 02210; 617-426-1300; elkus-manfredi.com.
Designer in Centerfold
David Stark Design & Production ("Teal Blast, Iguana Green," page 194), 87 Luquer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231; 718-534-7077; davidstarkdesign.com.