Staff -- Interior Design, 8/1/2003 12:00:00 AM
"Temporary Heroes," page 130
principal: Vito Acconci.
completed projects: An artificial island with an amphitheater, a café, and a playground in Graz, Austria; installations at San Francisco International Airport, Shibuya subway station in Tokyo, and the 161st Street Subway Station in New York.
current projects: A United Bamboo fashion boutique in Tokyo; entryways for an exhibition hall in Lyon, France; an architecture school in Vienna.
honors: Annual Award for Excellence in Design from the Art Commission of the City of New York; International Sculpture Center Award for Lifetime Achievement; honorary doctorates of fine arts from Pratt Institute and the Maine College of Art.
on art: "It can have elitist tendencies."
on architecture: "It deals with the everyday."
70 Washington Street, Suite 501, Brooklyn, NY 11201; 718-852-6591.
Brininstool + Lynch
"A Museum Comes of Age," page 136
principal: Brad Lynch.
completed projects: A contemporary-art gallery at the Art Institute of Chicago; Squark Ventures and Liska + Associates in Chicago; a residence in Indianapolis.
current projects: Residences in New York and Chicago. Residential developments in Chicago; Evanston, Illinois; and Royal Oak, Michigan.
honors: Thirteen Chicago AIA design excellence awards; an American Architecture Award.
food for thought: Watching the art videos of Shirin Neshat and Bill Viola.
food for life: Stopping by Chicago's Tiny Lounge for olives stuffed with blue cheese.
230 West Superior Street, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-640-0505.
Alan Camp Architects
"Rainbow Rhodes," page 162
director: Alan Camp.
completed projects: Apartment buildings and single-family houses in London and Bath, U.K.
current projects: Apartments, a Nando's restaurant, and King's College Hospital staff housing in London.
home game: Camp is a keen supporter of the Arsenal soccer team.
away: Every summer, he and his wife, sculptor Sokari Douglas-Camp, visit Nigeria, her home country.
4 Tanner Street, London SE1 3LD, U.K.; 44-20-7234-3060; alancamp.com.
Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects
"Blue-Chip," page 122
principal: Randy Gerner, AIA.
completed projects: Garanti Bank in Istanbul; the Post Luminaria residential building and an MTV Network ad-sales office in New York.
current projects: The Opus mixed-use high-rise, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, a Mercedes-Benz showroom, and the Daily News Building renovation in New York.
honors: A General Services Administration Design Award; a Corbetta Award; the Architectural League's 40 Under 40 Award.
many: Overseeing more than 5 million square feet of interior space as partner in charge.
principal: Richard N. Kronick, AIA.
completed projects: Clear Channel Entertainment and HypoVereinsbank in New York.
current projects: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Ace INA Holdings, and Federated Merchandising Group in New York.
honors: Building Stone Institute's Tucker Award.
one of a kind: Commissioning artists to help define architecture.
443 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016; 212-679-6362.
"Shades of Kyoto," page 168
principal: Terry Hunziker.
completed projects: Residences in the U.S.; Marché restaurant in Menlo Park, California; furniture for Gulassa and Co. and Sutherland.
current projects: A lodge in Bay of Islands and a house in Auckland, New Zealand; residences in the U.S.
local: Hunziker studied fine arts and architecture at Washington State University and the University of Washington.
global: While driving to work in New Zealand, he checked out European missionary landings.
208 Third Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104; 206-467-1144.
Kauffmann Theilig & Partner
"Raising the Roof," page 154
business manager: Andreas Theilig.
completed projects: The Volksbank in Pforzheim, sanatoriums in Bad Colberg and Altenberg, an Adidas staff restaurant in Herzogenaurach, and the Abraham Lincoln Park business center in Wiesbaden, all in Germany.
current projects: Residences in Saarbrücken and Rohrdorf, a sports center in Filderstadt, and a new building for the Industrie-und Handelskammer zu Kiel, all in Germany.
high tech: Designing with Nemetschek's CAD program Allplan FTV17.
low tech: Outfitting a health spa with a transparent glass roof to give the impression of being in the open air.
10 Zeppelinstrasse, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany; 49-711-45-122-0.
Legorreta + Legorreta
"Rainbow Rhodes," page 162
principal, lead designer: Ricardo Legorreta.
completed projects: The Camino Real Cancún hotel in Mexico; the College of Santa Fe Visual Art Center in New Mexico.
current projects: The Mexican Museum in San Francisco; the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas; the Sheraton Bilbao Hotel in Spain.
honors: An AIA Gold Medal; a Gold Medal of the International Union of Architects; the Premio Nacional de Artes, awarded by the Mexican government.
life-changing: Deciding to devote his architecture to community service after surviving a pancreatic infection as a young man.
changing: Choosing a darker color for his San Antonio Central Library, Texas, when the original enchilada red faded in the sun.
285A Palacio de Versalles, Lomas de Reforma, 11020 Mexico City, Mexico; 52-55-52-51-96-98.
Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
"Shades of Kyoto," page 168
principal: Jim Olson.
completed projects: Residences in the U.S.; the renovation of St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle.
current projects: Residences in the U.S. and Hong Kong; exhibit design at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
honors: AIA design awards; member of the AIA College of Fellows; 1999 Bruce Goff Chair of Creative Architecture at the University of Oklahoma.
staying fit: Swimming in Puget Sound.
staying cool: Relaxing at his cabin on the shore.
108 First Avenue South, 4th Floor, Seattle, WA 98104; 206-624-5670.
Photographers in this issue
Christopher Barrett ("A Museum Comes of Age," page 136), Hedrich Blessing, 11 West Illinois Street, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-321-1151.
David Glomb ("Type-A Collectors," page 147), 760-340-4455; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roland Halbe ("Raising the Roof," page 154), Artur Architekturbilder Agentur, 41 Engelbertstrasse, 50674 Cologne, Germany; 49-221-310-12-44.
Ken Hayden ("Rainbow Rhodes," page 162), 151A Sydney Street, London SW3 6NT, U.K.; 44-20-7376-3219.
Eric Laignel ("A Museum Comes of Age," page 136), email@example.com.
Joshua McHugh ("Temporary Heroes," page 130), 111 Fourth Avenue, Suite 4K, New York, NY 10003; 212-598-0533.
Bruce Van Inwegen ("Shades of Kyoto," page 168), 5427 North Bernard Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625; 773-583-4712.
Paul Warchol Photography ("Shades of Kyoto," page 168), 224 Centre Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-431-3461.
Adrian Wilson ("Blue-Chip," page 122), 50 South Fourth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211; 718-599-1344.
Designers in Walk-Through
RHWL Architects ("The Saatchi Sensation," page 50), 77 Endell Street, London WC2H 9DZ, U.K.; 44-20-7379-7900; rhwl.co.uk.
Tucker Robbins ("Speaking Across Time," page 56), 33-02 Skillman Avenue, 4th Floor, Long Island City, NY 11101; 718-764-0222.
Lawson Willard Architecture ("On a Roll," page 54), 2183 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123; 415-674-1102.
Designer in Centerfold
Steven Holl Architects ("Northern Exposure," page 118), 450 West 31st Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10001; 212-629-7262.
The phone number of John Ellis, photographer for "What Shulman Knew" (July, page 224), should have been listed as 310-392-5099.
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