Designers and Photographers in this Issue
Staff -- Interior Design, 4/1/2002 12:00:00 AM
Designers in this issue
Architecture Research Office ("Finally, Prada," page 222), 180 Varick Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10014; 212-675-1870.
Corporate Architecture and Project Management Services ("All Clear," page 216), familiarly known as CAPS Architects, is the Zurich firm of Christophe Carpente. A citizen of France, a graduate of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and a speaker of French, English, German, and Italian, he was the head of the international architecture department at Bally Management, also in Switzerland, before founding CAPS Architects in 1997. His clients have included Alfred Dunhill, Cartier, and Hugo Boss. Elizabeth Lockard was the project manager for Christian Lacroix in Tokyo. Stampfenstrasse 48, 8006 Zurich, Switzerland; 41-1365-2365; email@example.com.
Sean Dix ("Blithe Spirit," page 248) was born and reared in Kansas City, Missouri; left the state at age 10, never to return; graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Domus Academy in Milan; studied woodworking at Parnham College in England; and was an exchange student at Gerrit Rietveld Academie in the Netherlands. Equally varied was his professional training, including jobs with Tom Dixon in London and James Irvine and Ettore Sottsass in Milan. His product and industrial design projects include espresso machines, cookware, elevator and streetlight systems, and many types of furniture. He has completed several projects for Moschino in the last few years. Vicolo Lavandai 6, 20144 Milan, Italy; 39-02-89-40-97-67.
EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect ("Pure, Purer, Purest," page 204), a New York firm, was founded in 1996 by Robin Elmslie Osler. A grandniece of George Grant Elmslie, a founder of the Prairie School, a granddaughter of Emil Lorch, founding dean of the architecture program at the University of Michigan, and a daughter of David Osler, an award-winning Michigan architect, Osler holds a bachelor of science degree in architecture from the University of Virginia and a master's in architecture from Yale University. Her firm has completed a range of residential and commercial projects, including offices for Kate Spade, I-20 Gallery, and DNA Model Management, all in New York. In addition, Osler holds teaching positions at Yale School of Architecture and Parsons School of Design. In the past, she taught at Pratt Institute and City College at the City University of New York. 526 West 26th Street, Suite 821, New York, NY 10001; 212-989-0652; www.eoarch.com.
Gabellini Associates ("Stage Right," page 196) was established in 1991 by Michael Gabellini, a new member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame. In addition to his fashion-related projects, he has created art galleries for Marian Goodman and Grant Selwyn in New York and won a competition for the redevelopment of the medieval Piazza Isolo in Verona, Italy. Current projects include residences in Denver, London, and New York, the M31 hotel in San Francisco, a retail concept for Gianfranco Ferré—to start with a shop in Milan, followed by one in Paris—and a store for Davide Cenci in Rome. 665 Broadway, New York, NY 10012; 212-388-1700.
Gehry Partners ("G Force," page 244), 1520B Cloverfield Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310-828-6088.
Gordon Kipping, G Tects ("G Force," page 244), was established in 2000 by Toronto native Gordon Kipping. Kipping worked as a licensed mechanical engineer before completing his master's degree in architecture at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles in 1995. After graduation, he worked in New York for Greg Lynn Form, Philip Johnson, Ritchie & Fiore Architects, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, and Davis Brody Bond. He has taught design studios at Columbia University and, alongside Frank Gehry, at Yale University. Kipping says his firm tackles 50 percent paid work and 50 percent self-initiated work. He is currently developing proposals for several mixed-use projects in Manhattan. 530 West 25th Street, Suite 503, New York, NY 10001; 646-827-6640.
Hillier ("To Each His Own," page 256) appointed an architecture-interiors team led by managing principal Gerard F.X. Geier, II, AIA, project principal James Greenberg, AIA, and interior design director Barbara Zieve. Greenberg holds a B.S. from Cornell University and an M.Arch. from the University of Pennsylvania. Zieve, a half-decade veteran at Hillier, earned her interior design B.F.A. from the University of Cincinnati. Recent and current Hillier projects include Turkiye Is Bankase ("Ottoman Empire," May 2001), Feirstein Capital Management, StarMedia Network, a Chase Manhattan Bank conference center, and Deloitte and Touche. 275 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001; 212-629-4100.
Office for Metropolitan Architecture ("Finally, Prada," page 222) is the firm of Rem Koolhaas. A graduate of London's Architectural Association, he wrote Delirious New York: A Retroactive Manifesto for Manhattan in 1978, before returning to his native Holland to practice. His most notable Dutch buildings include the Netherlands Dance Theatre in the Hague and the Kunsthal Rotterdam. In France, his Lille Grand Palais was built within the context of his master plan for Euralille, a regional transportation node. He published a second manifesto, S, M, L, XL, in 1995 and has since come out with a book on shopping, whose publication coincided with the opening of Prada. He is currently working on the Seattle Public Library. Recently, he won a competition to redesign the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 180 Varick Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10014; 646-230-6557. Heer Bokelweg 149, 3032AD Rotterdam, Netherlands; 31-10-243 8200.
Philippe Starck ("Flight of Fancy," page 262) has designed everything from hairbrushes to hotels, including the trendy Ian Schrager properties Paramount, Hudson, St Martins Lane, and Delano. Starck has collaborated with industry companies such as Kartell, Alessi, and Cassina, and he recently released the lighting series Cicatrices de Luxe for Flos. In addition to hospitality and product design, he has completed interiors for the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands and architecture work for the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. 18-20, Rue du Faubourg du Temple, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-48-07-54-54; www.philippe-starck.com.
M.W. Steele Group ("Mecca on Melrose," page 210) was founded by Mark Steele, FAIA, in 1983 as an architecture, planning, and design firm. Recent planning projects include the civilian reuse scheme for the San Diego Naval Training Center, the master plan for the Brush Creek Cultural Corridor in Kansas City, and San Diego's North Embarcadero Alliance Visionary Plan. California architecture and design work encompasses the Mesa College Learning Resource Center and the Carmel Mountain Ranch Community Library, both San Diego; the Oakcrest Park Community and Senior Center, Encinitas; numerous single-family dwellings; a church; and a synagogue. A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Steele has served as president of the La Jolla Town Council, a member of the San Diego mayor's Design Advisory Council, and chairman of the San Diego Planning Commission; he has taught at the University of Detroit, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Lawrence Institute of Technology, and NewSchool of Architecture & Design. His work has been published in the U.S. and abroad. 325 15th Street, San Diego, CA 92101; 619-230-0325.
Studio Baciocchi ("Fashion International," page 190) is the multidisciplinary firm established by Roberto Baciocchi in Arrezo, Italy, in 1973. In addition to stores for Prada and Miu Miu worldwide, he has designed shops for Granello and Church's. In 1997, he received a commercial restoration award for his work on the Prada shop on New York's Madison Avenue. The firm's projects have been published internationally. Strada B 24, 52040 Arezzo, Italy; 39-05-7594901.
Photographers in this issue
Peter Aaron ("The Castle," page 226), Esto Photographics, 22 Valley Place, Mamaroneck, NY 10543; 914-698-4060.
Santi Caleca ("Blithe Spirit," page 248), Via Comelico 3, 00135 Milan, Italy; 39-02-55-19-52-15.
David Glomb ("Mecca on Melrose, page 210), 71340 Estellita Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270; 760-340-4455.
John M. Hall ("Pure, Purer, Purest," page 204), 500 West 58th Street, 3F, New York, NY 10019; 212-757-0369.
Eric Laignel ("Fashion International," page 190), 9 Rue Paul Louis Courier, 75007 Paris, France; 49-172-21-44-090.
Peter Mauss ("To Each His Own," page 256), Esto Photographics, 222 Valley Place, Mamaroneck, NY 10543; 914-698-4060.
Nacasa & Partners ("All Clear," page 216), 3-5-5 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8047, Japan; 81-3-3444-2922.
Conrad Sanderson ("Modeling Contract," page 234), 718-302-4707.
Tim Street-Porter ("Mecca on Melrose," page 210), 2074 Watsonia Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 9006; 323-874-4278.
Paul Warchol ("Stage Right," page 196; "Finally, Prada," page 222; "G Force," page 244; "To Each His Own," page 256; "Flight of Fancy," page 262), 224 Centre Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-431-3461.
Designers in fashion portfolio
S. Russell Groves Architect ("Bag of Tricks," page 103), 210 11th Avenue, Suite 502, New York, NY 10001; 212-929-5221.
MOVK Architecture + Design ("The Bare Necessities," page 113), 325 West 38th Street, Suite 805, New York, NY 10018; 212-631-0891.
Regis Péan ("MAC Makeover," page 121), MAC Cosmetics, 130 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012; 212-965-6300.
TAS DesignBuild ("Forward Looking," page 117), 1 Valleybrook Drive, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario M3B 2S7, Canada; 416-510-8181.
Valerio Dewalt Train Associates ("Giant Steps," page 107), 500 North Dearborn Street, 9th Floor, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-332-0363.
Greg Delves ("MAC Makeover," page 121), 547 West 27th Street, Studio 3D, New York, NY 10001; 646-674-1200.
Elizabeth Felicella ("The Bare Necessities," page 113), 998 Amsterdam Avenue, 4A, New York, NY 10025; 212-662-8039.
Laura Johansen ("Fashion Portfolio," page 99-126), 212-695-0755.
David Joseph ("Best Foot Forward," page 125), 212-695-0755.
Barbara Karant ("Giant Steps," page 107), Karant + Associates, 400 North May Street, Chicago, IL 60622; 312-733-0891.
Peter A. Sellar ("Forward Looking," page 117), 416-803-0918.
Michael Weschler ("Bag of Tricks," page 103), L2 Agency, 4829 Gaviota Avenue, Encino, CA 91436; 818-783-7241.
Designers in forum
Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz ("Success Is Sweet," page 71), 75 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012; 212-343-9709.
Ralph Pucci International ("Into the Woods," page 78), 44 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011; 212-633-0452.
R 20th Century ("Panton-a-Go-Go," page 87), 82 Franklin Street, New York, NY 10013; 212-343-7979.
Photographers in forum
Antoine Bootz ("Success Is Sweet," page 71; "Into the Woods," page 78), 123 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011; 212-366-9041.
François Dischinger ("Panton-a-Go-Go," page 87), 576 Broome Street, 4, New York, NY 10013; 212-255-6387.
Sandra Hamburg ("Panton-a-Go-Go," page 87), 568 Driggs Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 718-782-9873.
The living area's custom wool rug in "Clean Slate" (March, page 184) should have been credited to Patterson, Flynn & Martin.