Designers and Photographers in this issue
Staff -- Interior Design, 5/1/2002 12:00:00 AM
Designers in this issue
Bothe Richter Teherani Architekten ("The Tube," page 272) in Hamburg, Germany, was founded by Jens Bothe, Kai Richter, and Hadi Teherani. The 150-person firm, which also has offices in Berlin and in Frankfurt, specializes in office, retail, and transportation design. Recent projects include the Dorint Hotel in Hamburg and Swiss Re Insurance's Munich office. Holzdamm 28-32, D-20099 Hamburg, Germany; 49-40-24842-0; www.brt.de.
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson ("Pixar, Inc.," page 238), founded in 1965, maintains offices in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh; Philadelphia; Seattle; and Berkeley, California. The firm's impressive roster of completed buildings encompasses residential, corporate, and institutional projects as well as interiors. Currently in progress are Apple stores, the Liberty Bell Center at Independence Mall in Philadelphia, and work for Yale University. BCJ has received more than 200 regional, national, and international awards, including the 1994 Architecture Firm Award from AIA. 733 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94710; 510-841-5564.
Antonio Citterio and Partners ("In the Fast Lane," page 284) was established in 1999 by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel. Their practice offers services in architecture as well as interior, industrial, and graphic design. Current projects include renovating metro stations in Milan and Rome and developing a store concept for Emanuel Ungaro. 4 Via Cerva, 20122 Milan, Italy; 39-02-7638801.
Richard Cook & Associates, Architects ("Body and Soul," page 252), was established in 1990. Cook characterizes much of his 20-person New York firm's work as "urban repair": buildings that fill gaps in the historic fabric of cities. A good example is the exterior of the Chelsea Grande, a Manhattan residential tower that relates simultaneously to the stately town houses and large industrial buildings surrounding it. 30 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003; 212-477-0287; www.rcaarchitects.com.
DMJM Rottet ("Houston Homecoming," page 262) is the interiors group of Lauren Rottet. She began her career with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in Chicago and moved to Los Angeles in 1987 to establish the firm's interiors group. Three years later, she cofounded Keating Mann Jernigan Rottet, which was subsequently acquired by the multidisciplinary international enterprise DMJM. She then formed the DMJM Rottet interiors group. Projects currently on the boards include offices for QAD in Santa Barbara, California, law offices for Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker in New York and L.A., and L.A. law offices for Thelen, Reid & Priest. 808 Travis Street, Houston, TX 77002; 713-221-1830. 515 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071; 213-593-8300.
Garcia + Francica ("Pixar, Inc.," page 238), established five years ago by Michael Garcia and Jennifer Francica, has completed projects ranging from corporate campuses to retail installations and private houses. Francica, who handled the Pixar project for the firm, has been in design for 22 years. 10 Lombard Street, Suite 150, San Francisco, CA 94111; 415-788-5800.
Gensler ("The J Records Jam," page 231), 1 Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 500, New York, NY 10020; 212-492-1400.
Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates ("Leap of Faith," page 298), established in 1967, is an architecture, planning, and interiors firm with offices in New York and Los Angeles. Founders Hugh Hardy, Malcolm Holzman, and Norman Pfeiffer preside over a professional staff of 130. The firm recently embarked on renovations of the iconic Griffith Observatory in L.A. and buildings for Georgetown, Notre Dame, and Princeton Universities. Among HHPA's best known renovations are a masterful re-creation of the Los Angeles Central Library. In Manhattan, the firm has overseen restoration of the New Amsterdam and New Victory theaters and Radio City Music Hall. HHPA is now part of the team converting the James A. Farley Post Office into a new Pennsylvania Station. 902 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10010; 212-677-6030.
MAP Architecture + Design ("Novel Gothic," page 278) is headed by a triumvirate: Morris Adjmi, AIA, his wife, Lisa Mahar, and Wesley Wolfe. Adjmi apprenticed in the Milan office of Pritzker Prize winner Aldo Rossi and cofounded Aldo Rossi Studio di Architettura (SDA) in New York. Mahar is the managing partner and the author of Grain Elevators, which won the AIA International Book Award in 1993. Wolfe also worked at SDA. The Walt Disney Company, Swatch, Levi Strauss & Co., Scholastic, ABC, and Duffy Design are among MAP's clients. 45 East 20th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10003; 212-982-2020.
John Pawson ("In the Fast Lane," page 284) has practiced architecture since the early 1980s. His widely published portfolio features private residences in the U.K., Europe, and New York. His commercial work includes galleries and Calvin Klein stores. He is also the author of Living and Eating and Minimum. Unit B 70-78 York Way, London N1 9AG, U.K.; 44-20-7837-2929; www.johnpawson.co.uk.
PCA Philippe Chiambaretta Architectes Associés ("Upstairs, Downstairs," page 246) is currently preparing a feasibility study for the transformation of the French National Printing Company into offices. This 100,000-square-foot plant covers an entire city block, with a vast Eiffel-style central hall. Waiting in the wings is the possibility of redeveloping a 75-acre industrial site in Gdansk, Poland. The namesake founder of the two-year-old firm previously worked for architect Ricardo Bofill. 30 Rue des Envierges, 75020 Paris, France; 33-1-44-93-90-00.
Rios Associates ("The J Records Jam," page 231) specializes in architecture and interiors as well as landscape, exhibition, and product design. The Warner Bros. Children's Center is among L.A. projects completed under the direction of Mark Rios, also director of the department of landscape architecture at the University of Southern California. 8008 West Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323-852-6717.
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership ("Some Nerve!" page 266) was founded by the eponymous principal in 1980. (Six years later, Paul S. Alter, AIA, joined the firm, later becoming partner.) Lee H. Skolnick's roster of awards, memberships, speaking and teaching engagements, exhibits, consultancies, editorial coverage, etc., covers many pages. Credits include the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Creative Discovery Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee. 7 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010; 212-989-2624.
Swanke Hayden Connell Architects ("News Flash," page 292) has offices in New York; Miami; Washington, D.C.; Stamford, Connecticut; Newark, New Jersey; London; Paris; and Istanbul. Recent interiors projects include the IBM headquarters in Westchester County, New York, and a Goldman Sachs conference center. For the Reuters headquarters in New York, principal Joan Blumenfeld supervised the build-out. The conference floor highlighted in our story was designed by senior firm associate Scott Habjan, a prizewinning architect with a degree from City College of New York. Agatha Rady, senior project designer for the Reuters interiors, was educated as an architect at Pratt Institute. 295 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012; 212-226-9696.
Voorsanger & Associates Architects ("On the Rise," page 222) was organized in 1990, having been founded as Voorsanger & Mills in 1978. The firm's projects—ranging from small interiors and furniture design to multimillion-dollar residential and institutional buildings—have won numerous awards. Highlights include New York University's Center for Advanced Digital Applications and the Wethersfield Carriage House in Amenia, New York. For the Asia Society and Museum, the project architect was principal Jim MacDonald, AIA. 246 West 38th Street, New York, NY 10018; 212-302-6464; www.voorsanger.com.
Vicente Wolf Associates ("The J Records Jam," page 231) is the New York firm of a designer whose roster of residential clients includes Alexandre and Alexandra von Furstenberg and Carl Bernstein. In addition, Wolf has designed furniture collections for both Henredon and Niedermaier, rugs for Tufenkian Carpets, and flatware for Sasaki, and he plans to open a New York restaurant in September. He was inducted into Interior Design's Hall of Fame in 1998. 333 West 39th Street, New York, NY 10018; 212-465-0590.
Photographers in this issue
Styling for "Pure, Purer, Purest" (April, page 204) and "The Castle" (April, page 226) should have been credited to Gregory Garry.
Peter Aaron ("Body and Soul," page 252; "Some Nerve!" page 266; "Leap of Faith," page 298), Esto Photographics, 222 Valley Place, Mamaroneck, NY 10543; 914-698-4060.
Fabrizio Bergamo ("In the Fast Lane," page 284), 8 Via Carlo Botta, 20135 Milan, Italy; 39-02-55-195278.
Tom Crane, Jeffrey Totaro ("News Flash," page 292), 113 Cumberland Place, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010; 610-525-2444.
Elizabeth Felicella, Adam Snyder ("News Flash," page 292), 998 Amsterdam Avenue, 4A, New York, NY 10025; 212-662-8039.
Richard Glover ("In the Fast Lane," page 284), View, 14 The Dove Centre, 109 Bartholomew Road, London NW5 2JB; 44-20-7284-2928.
David Joseph ("The J Records Jam," page 231), 212-247-2992.
Eric Laignel ("Upstairs, Downstairs," page 246), 9 Rue Paul Louis Courier, 75007 Paris, France; 49-172-21-44-090.
Thomas Loof ("On the Rise," page 222), Studio Ø, 450 North End Avenue, 7D, 10282; 212-732-4402.
Nick Merrick ("Houston Homecoming," page 262), Hedrich-Blessing, 741 Camino Los Abuelos, Galisteo, NM 87540; 505-466-2238.
Will Michels ("Houston Homecoming," page 262), 1125 Autrey, Houston, TX 77006; 713-524-9516.
Sharon Risedorph ("Pixar, Inc.," page 238), 761 Clementina Street, San Francisco, CA 94103; 415-431-5851.
Paul Warchol Photography ("Novel Gothic," page 278), 224 Centre Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013; 212-431-3461.
Michael Wurzbach ("The Tube," page 272), Neuengammer Hausdeich 270, 21039 Hamburg, Germany; 49-40-72-340-345.
Designers in forum
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners ("Open for Business," page 93), 41 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003; 212-777-7800.
Emanuela Frattini Magnusson/EFM Design ("Hide and Chic," page 86), 588 Broadway, Suite 702, New York, NY 10012; 212-925-4500.
Ted Moudis Associates ("Industrial Revolution," page 100), 305 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017; 212-308-4000.
Jordan Mozer & Associates ("Prepare to Merge," page 83), 320 West Ohio Street, 7th Floor, Chicago, IL 60610; 312-397-1133.
Tree House Design ("Mad for Mod," page 108), 150 West 25th Street, Suite 905, New York, NY 10001; 212-367-9660.