Staff -- Interior Design, 7/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
"White Nights," page 204
principal: Gus Wüstemann.
completed projects: An office and residential building for Schlagenhauf in Meilen, Switzerland; Supra Health Insurance office and a residence, both in Zurich.
current projects: A prototype for a beach villa
in Goa, India; a penthouse apartment in Barcelona, Spain; TBWA Services in Zurich.
model student: Wüstemann graduated in 1995 from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich.
model model: He worked for two years as a fashion model in Sydney, New York, Paris, and Bombay before deciding to study architecture and design.
15 Köchlistrasse, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland; 41-1-295-6016; guswustemann.com.
"National Treasure," page 220
principal: Thom Filicia.
completed projects: A residence in Denton, Texas, for "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"; an apartment and residences in New York; tents for New York Fashion Week.
current projects: W Los Angeles hotel; a house for Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony in New York; a house in Stamford, Connecticut; a penthouse in New York; a residence in Oyster Bay, New York.
queer eye: "Fame is a lot of fun. It opens doors."
clear guy: Filicia had to present his Expo concept by phone. Even without visuals, his "multilayered celebration of American design" rang through.
270 Lafayette Street, Suite 1001, New York, NY 10012; 212-736-6454; thomfilicia.com.
"All Hands on Deck," page 212
founder: Kitty Hawks.
completed projects: A residence and two offices for Michael Ovitz in Los Angeles; residences in New York.
current projects: An apartment for Tom and Meredith Brokaw in New York.
on the water: Hawks prefers fast boats, not slow, grand ones.
in the air: Avoids it if she can.
169 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10021; 212-570-2760.
"All Hands on Deck," page 212
principal: Piero Lissoni.
completed projects: Boffi showrooms in Milan, New York, and Los Angeles; Cassina showrooms in Paris and Tokyo; products for Alessi, Flos, and Kartell; residences in Italy, China, and Thailand; hotels in Istanbul and Zurich.
current projects: Mitsui Garden Hotel in Tokyo; residences in Italy and New York.
honors: Compasso d'Oro.
maiden voyage: Ghost was Lissoni's foray into yacht design.
encore: He's currently designing a 170-footer.
9 Via Goito, 20121 Milan, Italy; 39-02-657-1926; lissoniassociati.it.
Luca Brenta Yacht Design
"All Hands on Deck," page 212
partner: Lorenzo Argento.
partner: Luca Brenta.
completed projects: Wallygator, Narida, and Kenora yachts.
current projects: A 76-foot sloop built by Nautor's Swan.
honors: Three design awards from the Super-yacht Society.
ashore: Argento owns a house on Italy's Lake Garda.
sea legs: Brenta has been sailing on his family's boat since he was 5.
7 Via Salaino, 20144 Milan, Italy; 39-02-43995071.
Luce et Studio
"Changing Lanes," page 228
principal: Jennifer Luce.
completed projects: A public plaza, Extraordinary Desserts patisserie, Messner & Smith offices, Bridgeworks public-art installation, and residences, all in San Diego.
current projects: A residence in Napa Valley and a private-retreat building in Del Mar, both in California; a hotel and a public-art piece, both in San Diego.
honors: Divine Detail, Honor, and Merit awards from the AIA San Diego.
in the early days: As a teen, Luce drove a 1976 Mini Cooper around Ottawa, her hometown.
hot wheels: Today she drives a BMW 328i.
5070A Santa Fe Street, San Diego, CA 92109; 858-274-0223; lucestudio.com.
Peter Marino + Associates, Architects
"Tie a Yellow Ribbon," page 236
principal: Peter Marino.
completed projects: Chanel flagships in Tokyo, Paris, and New York; the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Sardinia, Italy; an apartment for Giorgio Armani in Milan; master planning for a shopping center in New York; and Datascope headquarters in Mawah, New Jersey.
current projects: Louis Vuitton flagship in Paris; Fendi, a condominium building, and Nassau County Museum of Art, all in New York.
fashion fetish: Black leather pants.
art obsession: Collecting works by painter Philip Taaffe, multi-media artist Vik Muniz, and photographer Adam Fuss.
150 East 58th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-752-5444.
"Aging Gracefully," page 186
principal: Mark Zeff.
completed projects: Interior and product design for Molton Brown shop in London; Harrison restaurant in New York; Dream hotel lobby in New York.
current projects: A residential compound and a house in Sagaponack, both in New York.
south-fork swoon: "Working in the Hamptons is an absolute delight."
by the light of the moon: "Black may be the greatest color."
515 West 20th Street, 4W, New York, NY 10011; 212-580-7090; zeffdesign.com.
Studio Achille Castiglioni
"Preservation for the Future," page 196
27 Piazza Castello, 20121 Milan, Italy; 39-02-8053606; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photographers in this issue
Jimmy Cohrssen ("National Treasure," page 220), 116 Boulevard Voltaire, 75011 Paris, France; 33-1-43-48-87-57; JCohrssen@aol.com.
Art Gray ("Changing Lanes," page 228), 171 Pier Avenue, 272, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-450-2806.
Bruno Helbling ("White Nights," page 204), 175 Hardturmstrasse, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland; 41-1-271-0521; helblingfotografie.ch.
Eric Laignel ("Aging Gracefully," page 186; "Preservation for the Future," page 196), email@example.com.
Matteo Piazza ("All Hands on Deck," page 212; "Tie a Yellow Ribbon," page 236), 69 Corso di Porta Ticinese, 20123 Milan, Italy; 39-02-58-10-65-64; matteopiazza.com.
Paúl Rivera ("Changing Lanes," page 228), Arch Photo, 176 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013; 212-941-9294; archphoto.com.
Designers in walk-through
A/R Environetics Group ("Lo and Behold," page 82), 116 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016; 212-679-8100.
Matthew Baird Design ("Double Happiness," page 153), 250 Hudson Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-334-2499.
DE Architects (" 'I' Is for Eye-Catching," page 66), 1535 6th Street, Suite 101, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310-451-7917.
Suzy Hoodless ("A Ward Wins," page 72), 5 Wycliffe Road, London SW11 5QR, U.K.; 44-20-7350-1014.
Jim Isermann (" 'I' Is for Eye-Catching," page 66), 760-416-3061.
Peter Johnston Architect ("School Spirit," page 78), 2 Marineview Plaza, Hoboken, NJ 07030; 201-659-7400; peterjohnstonarchitect.com.
Photographers in walk-through
David Joseph ("Lo and Behold," page 82), Hillary Aiges Represents, 212-247-2992.
Eric Laignel ("Double Happiness," page 153), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark La Rosa ("School Spirit," page 78), 539 Bergen Street, 4L, Brooklyn, NY 11217; 917-855-3466; marklarosaphotography.com.
Tom Mannion ("A Ward Wins," page 72), email@example.com.
Fredrik Nilsen (" 'I' Is for Eye-Catching," page 66), 620 Moulton Avenue, 203, Los Angeles, CA 90031; 323-276-0736; fredriknilsen.com.
In the spring 2005 Market Tabloid, Arc Com's Royal Garden collection was not designed by Glenn Peckman (Fabric, page 70).
In "Snaps," numbers 7 and 8 should have been swapped (May, page 345).
In "Matters of Design," the design programs announced by Finland and Norway were not following Sweden's lead; the two countries initiated their own programs independently (June, page 142).