Staff -- Interior Design, 6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM
"Aero Hampton," page 192
president: Thomas O'Brien.
completed projects: The 60 Thompson hotel in New York. Emporio Armani in New York, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Costa Mesa, California. A David Barton Gym in New York. Donna Karan in Geneva and Singapore. Waterworks in Los Angeles; New York; Manhasset, New York; and Westport, Connecticut.
current projects: A loft and another apartment in New York; an estate in Litchfield, Connecticut; a house in Englewood, New Jersey; a Groundworks fabric collection for Lee Jofa; lighting for Visual Comfort & Co.; dinnerware for Salton at Home; a 50-piece furniture collection for Hickory Chair.
for others: Serving as a board member of Manitoga the Russel Wright Design Center in Garrison, New York, and a fellow of the Frick Collection in New York.
for himself: Collecting vintage textiles and historical maps and charts, particularly those pertaining to Long Island.
132 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012; 212-966-4700; aerostudios.com.
Deborah Berke & Partners Architects
"A Glorious Tapestry," page 176
principal: Deborah Berke.
completed projects: Yale University School of Art and New Theatre in New Haven; 16 residences and three public buildings in the planned community of Seaside, Florida; the master plan for Temple University's Tyler School of Art building in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania; a Club Monaco flagship in New York; coediting Architecture of the Everyday.
current projects: A hotel for B.R. Guest in Scottsdale, Arizona; the center for the performing arts at Marlboro College in Vermont; residences in New York, Florida, and Massachusetts.
honors: Two AIA New York Chapter Design Awards for Interior Architecture; the American Wood Council Design Awards Program's Merit Award; member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame.
active: Playing with her daughter and two dogs on the beach.
pensive: Daydreaming while sketching nonarchitectural subjects.
211 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011; 212-229-9211; dberke.com.
Cécile and Boyd's
"Sustainable Safari," page 158
principal: Boyd Ferguson.
completed projects: Singita Boulders Lodge, Singita Ebony Lodge, and Tswalu Kalahari Reserve in South Africa; a town house in New York; a penthouse in Hong Kong.
current projects: A hotel in Kruger National Park, South Africa; residences in London, Cape Town, and Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.
paternal: On boyhood safaris with his father, Ferguson remembers staying in tents and "simple, rustic buildings with thatched roofs" but "never took up the hunting part."
maternal: His mentor was Cécile and Boyd's founder Cécile Tilley, a Durban design doyenne now retired.
132 Waterkant Street, De Waterkant, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa; 27-21-425-5110.
Perkins & Will
"High Style," page 198
principal: James Young.
completed projects: BBDO Worldwide in Minneapolis and Miami; Fame in Minneapolis; Ogilvy & Mather in Detroit.
current projects: DDB Worldwide Communications in Venice, California; Winthrop & Weinstine and Campbell Mithun in Minneapolis.
honors: ASID Minnesota Chapter awards.
he says: Young believes that people can be energized by architectural forms.
they say: "This space is all about those who use it."
84 South 10th Street, Suite 200, Minneapolis, MN 55403; 612-851-5000.
Rajiv Saini + Associates Architecture + Design
"Star of India," page 204
principal: Rajiv Saini.
completed projects: Residences in India; restaurants and couture stores in Bombay and New Delhi; a seaside residence in Bangkok.
current projects: Residences in India; a farmhouse and spa in New Delhi; a lounge at the Renaissance Marriott in Bombay.
honors: Inside Outside's designer of the year.
offbeat qualification: A BE in computer science from the University of Bombay.
off the beaten path: "Although I can't see myself as anything but a designer, I often wonder what life would be like had I chosen a more traditional track."
A-4, Shelter, Sherly Rajan Road, Bandra (w), Bombay 400 050, India; 91-22-2649-2870.
"In the Belly of the Beast," page 168
principal: Javier Senosiain Aguilar.
completed projects: Houses in Vista del Valle, Mexico; the Satellite Complex residential project near Mexico City; the grave site of folk-music composer Jose Alredo Jimenez near San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Bio-Architecture, due out this month from Architectural Press, Oxford, U.K.
current projects: The Quetzalcuatl residential complex near Mexico City.
philosophy explained: "Bio-architecture attempts to create an envelope that adjusts to the functions of human beings."
explaining philosophy: Teaching architectural design and theory at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México since 1974.
779-S2 Legaria, Colonia Irrigacion, 11500 Mexico City, Mexico; 52-55-53-95-08-43.
Designers in hospitality
Matali Crasset Productions
"The Hi Life," page 225
principal: Matali Crasset.
completed projects: A residential renovation near Annecy, France; objects and furniture for Authentics, Domeau & Pérès, Seb, and Orangina.
current projects: A pigeon house in Caudry, France; renovating a 17th-century palazzo in Padua, Italy; jewelry for San Lorenzo.
working mother: Crasset put the final touches on the Hi hotel right before her second child, Arto, was born.
26 Rue du Buisson Saint Louis, 75010 Paris, France; 33-1-42-40-99-89.
"A Grand Tour," page 237
principal: Piero Lissoni.
completed projects: Boffi showrooms in Milan, New York, and Los Angeles; a Cassina showroom in Paris; a Modern Living showroom in Los Angeles; products for Alessi, Flos, and Kartell; residences in Italy, China, and Thailand.
current projects: Residences in Italy.
honors: Compasso d'Oro; third prize in TKTS booth competition for Times Square, New York.
keeping it in perspective: "Just because I may never design a super-modern building doesn't mean I'm old-thinking."
9 Via Goito, 20121 Milan, Italy; 39-02-65-71942.
"The Gray Is the New Black," page 214
architect: Guido Ciompi.
completed projects: The Ermanno Scervino boutique in Florence, Italy; the Gastone Lucioli boutique in Milan; hotels Lacona and Le Picchiaie in Elba, Italy; residences for the Ferragamo family, Enrico Coveri, and Roberto Cavalli.
current projects: A menswear boutique in Naples, Italy; residences in Rome and Milan.
favorite shop: "Anywhere that no one else goes."
44 Via Gino Cappone, 50121 Florence, Italy; 39-055-580575
Christopher Barrett ("High Style," page 198), Hedrich-Blessing, 11 West Illinois Street, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-321-1151.
Sofia Brignone ("In the Belly of the Beast," page 168), 66 Rue Saint Sabin, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-49-29-96-61.
Ken Hayden ("Sustainable Safari," page 158; "Star of India," page 204), 151A Sydney Street, London SW3 6NT, U.K.; 44-20-7376-3219.
Eric Laignel ("A Glorious Tapestry," page 176), email@example.com.
Michelle Litvin ("High Style," page 198), 1827 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60608; 312-421-9242.
Laura Resen ("Aero Hampton," page 192), Art Rep Team, 16140 Dickens Street, Los Angeles, CA 91436; 323-363-7345; artrepteam.com.
Victoria Sambunaris ("A Glorious Tapestry," page 176), P.O. Box 333, Stottville, NY 12172; 917-597-9747.
Photographers in hospitality
Eric Laignel ("The Gray Is the New Black," page 214), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tommaso Sartori ("A Grand Tour," page 237), email@example.com.
Uwe Spoering ("The Hi Life," page 225), 28 Ackerwinde, 50858 Cologne, Germany; 49-221-97-02-001; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designers in Walk-through
Abramson Teiger Architects ("A Celestial Space," page 78), 8924 Lindblade Street, Culver City, CA 90232; 310-838-8998.
Architekturbüro Prof. Alfred Jacoby ("To Celebrate the Sabbath," page 84), 77 Falkensteiner Strasse, 60322 Frankfurt, Germany; 49-69-95-52330.
David W. Osler Associates, Architects ("Read All About It," page 90), 916 Fuller Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104; 734-663-7480.
Molly Elizabeth Osler ("Read All About It," page 90), 652 West Roscoe Street, Suite 301, Chicago, IL 60657; 773-348-3041.
Designers in green
Shigeru Ban, Architects ("A Tree Grows in Tokyo," page 119), 5-2-4 Matsubara, Setagaya, Tokyo 156-0043, Japan; 81-3-3324-6760.
Barley + Pfeiffer Architects ("How To Keep It Cool," page 136), 1800 West Sixth Street, Austin, TX 78703; 512-476-8580; barleypfeiffer.com.
Guenther 5 Architects ("First, Do No Harm," page 128), 511 Canal Street, New York, NY 10013; 212-941-9911.
IA Interior Architects ("Great Office Environment," page 131), 205 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60606; 312-553-8200.
Designer in centerfold
SHoP/Sharples Holden Pasquarelli ("Second Time Around," page 152), 200 East 37th Street, Suite 2, New York, NY 10016; 212-889-9005.
Photographer in centerfold
David Joseph ("Second Time Around," page 152), 212-247-2992.
In "Going Up a Size" (May, page 76), Christopher Yeatman Cabinetry should have been credited for the custom wheeled rack.