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march/april 2010: The Arts & Culture Issue Kit Kemp on Firmdale’s first U.S. hotel Designology: A visit to hotel art galleries The most imaginative Outdoor Furniture Hand drawings vs. Computer renderings
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Art for Art’s Sake
can pinpoint when I first became intellectually interested in the arts — but I don’t think I can remember exactly how or when art entered my life. In trying to, my mind is flooded with memories: crayon drawings of parrots and the Little Mermaid, listening to the Yellow Submarine on repeat, starring in my third grade play, “Mexicali Soup,” watching eccentric movies (Labyrinth, The Princess Bride) that were beyond my age, wishing I could paint like that fluffy-haired man on TV (later to be discovered as Bob Ross.) I suppose different forms of art always captivated me — even before I knew they did or why. It wasn’t until college when I studied the arts in London, visiting museums and galleries weekly, seeing countless theatrical performances and simply being immersed in the culture of such an artistic city that I began to grasp what was so enthralling about this whole “art” thing. Surely you, as architects, designers and lovers of all things art, have similar memories: rearranging your bedrooms as a child on a monthly (perhaps weekly) basis building elaborate Lego resort developments, sitting in your first lecture hall hearing a professor drone on about the merits of Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier. Despite the abtruse reasons why we enjoy it, it’s easy to dial back to the simple elements that make art and culture so imperative to our everyday lives. For some, it may be about the inspiration the arts beget. Read our Inspiration article exploring the topic — one that is so indefinable yet endlessly interesting. Other times the effects of art and culture on our industry are more tangible, as displayed in this issue’s Designology piece, which explores hotels that function also as galleries. Few would argue a better means exists through which to explore arts and culture than travel…and travel we do in this month’s World by DESIGN feature, our second expedition into Western Europe. Our cover man, Adam Tihany, has a lengthy history of appreciation for the arts in all of his work — an affection he is passing down to his next of kin as well as the rest of us. In all the talk of downturns and recessions, up-swings and turnarounds, take a moment to reflect and relish why you’re here in the first place and remember that as a famous sociologist once said, “An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one.”

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Kelly Hushin, editor-in-chief and Michael Schneider, publisher, in the Screening Room at the Crosby Street Hotel Photo by Kent Miller, Kent Miller Studios

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Q&A with Kit Kemp, on how she successfully brought Firmdale Hotels to the U.S. with the Crosby Street After a collective deep breath, CityCenter opens and Adam Tihany delivers Las Vegas’ first Mandarin Oriental German theorist and author, Boris Groys, discusses his book, Art Power and the idea of tourists as architects as part of this month’s Inspiration

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Hyatt opens first Andaz Hotel on Wall Street in NYC AB Concept in Hong Kong creates The French Window, overlooking the harbor Fathom Creative turns a dilapidated brake shop into new multi-use space for art, business, life and Inspiration

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Brintons announces second collection with Scottish duo, Timorous Beasties Washington D.C. celebrates revamped Design Center and Capital Design Days

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DREAMbook: Warmer weather approaches as we explore some of the upcoming season’s imaginative outdoor furniture EnVogue: BD brings you snapshots from the Las Vegas Market Center and the New York International Gift Fair Bath and Spa: Wanda Jankowski talks to Phoenix Design about how emotional connections to art can influence bath design

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Designology: Hotels that function as galleries, including The Grand Bohemian Ashville, 21C and NYLO Las Calinas World by DESIGN: In exploring Western Europe Part II, we discover the i-SUITE and the Hotel Matterhorn Focus IDNY Meetups hosts big wigs in design to share Inspiration and discuss trends in informal, open environments Brian Orter weighs in on the popular debate in the design community about hand drawings versus realistic computer renderings Calendar/Advertisers Index

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Adam Tihany, at the new Las Vegas Mandarin Oriental. Photo courtesy of Bill Hughes/Las Vegas Business Press
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Boutique Buzz
Hyatt Opens First Andaz Hotel in NYC
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yatt has opened a new hotel, Andaz Wall Street, the only hotel on the notorious stretch in Manhattan, and has two more properties streaming

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down the pipeline, Andaz 5th Avenue in New York set to open later this year, and Andaz San Diego, which opened in February.

David Rockwell’s avant-garde stylings create voluminous public spaces highlighting natural materials and cozy colors, featuring a pearlescent steel and stone staircase drawing guests from the lobby to the lounge, bar and restaurant above. The lounge features tabletops of veined marble and two-toned bamboo paneling, echoing the hand-stenciled tree by the elevator. Andaz Wall Street’s 253 rooms are some of the largest in the city, starting at 345 square feet. Each space is loft-like and a celebration of light, sun-drenched with seven-foot windows. Andaz also features a large restaurant, Wall & Water, with

sweeping views of the Hudson River, and serving seasonal ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley. The SPA at Andaz Wall Street, which opened Jan. 25, boasts organic and natural products made locally, in New York and Connecticut. — KT

Wynn and N9NE Group to Introduce New Wine Bar
9NE Group’s co-founder, Michael Morton, and Wynn Las Vegas have partnered to create a wine bar at Wynn Las Vegas which will open in the fall of 2010. Celebrating a multi-sensory experience with food, music and “mood,” the new bar will boast an innovative design within a newly renovated space near the Terrace Pointe Café at Wynn Las Vegas. The new space will feature a sophisticated coupling of wine with a chef-driven menu including farmhouse cheeses, hand-cut crudo and diminutive desserts. The N9NE Group is responsible for Drink Chicago, Nove Italiano and other restaurant/ nightlife venues. — KT

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Brintons Confirms Second Timorous Beasties Collaboration
and McAuley, founders of Timorous fter the wildly successful first go “Devine Moth” with the savvy Scots of Timorous influenced the interiors Beasties, will surely bring their comat 21212 in Glasgow. pellingly unusual flair to Brintons again Beasties, Brintons has confirmed a in this second collection — details of second design collaboration for a new which are still hush-hush. line of woven Axminster carpets, set to “The next collection has been in devellaunch in the coming months. opment for a long time, because we want The “First Weave” effort by the two to get things right and use what we had all companies in 2007 gained global attenlearned in the first collection to guide the tion for bringing unlikely characters into hospitality carpeting. The collection included second and push new ideas,” said McAuley. Although neither company is ready to confirm, large scale insects, lizards and other reptilian creatures typical of Paul Simmons and Alistair BD predicts a big announcement in May and is — KH McAuley’s beautifully-grotesque work. Simmons excited to see the new line.

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Charles Royce Rescues & Renovates Ocean House

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n Jan. 27, BD attended a luncheon held in Manhattan for Ocean House, the soon-toreopen Victorian seaside resort in Rhode Island, which was rescued from developers, and renovated by part-time resident Charles Royce, who couldn’t bear to see the property turned into a series of McMansions. Built on the bluffs of Watch Hill in Rhode Island by Captain George Nash just after the Civil
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War, Ocean House welcomed genteel guests for more than 130 years, but had suffered from the tolls of time and several fires. In 2004, developers were set to demolish the entire property. “It just broke my heart,” Royce said. With no experience in the hospitality field, Royce led an attempt to salvage the original structure, but engineers determined it was not an option, so Royce took matters into his own hands. Six years

and $140 million later, Ocean House is set to open this June, featuring 49 guestrooms and 23 private residences built by Centerbrook Architects with interiors by Niemitz Design Group. British Colonial elements in sea-inspired hues like blue, yellow, turquoise and cream comprise each uniquely designed room. More than 5,000 artifacts

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Zeff Designed ‘Delphine’ Opens at W Hollywood
dding to its roster of hip restaurants like BOA Steakhouse, Katana and Sushi Roku, Innovative Dining Group (IDG) has

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Starwood Debuts First of Three Luxury Hotels in Peru
n a franchise agreement with Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas, Starwood Hotels & Resorts announced the opening of Hotel Paracas, the first of three Luxury Collection properties set to open in Peru over the next two years. Nestled into the Paracas National Reserve and the Ballestas Islands, Hotel Paracas was designed by architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, featuring 120 ecologicallyinspired guestrooms envisioned by interiors firm, Caparra Entelman & Associates, highlighting indigenous textiles and ceramics. Complementing the sea-side surroundings, the interiors are crafted from bamboo and rattan, as well as fabrics and floor coverings echoing the geometric patterns of the Pre-Incan people, celebrated for their advanced textile manufacturing skills. Guests can choose from three kinds of rooms: bungalows, villas, and chalets and both pools, the restaurant and bar peer over the Pacific ocean providing spectacular sunsoaked views. Hotel Paracas also offers more than 5,000 square feet of event space, 24hour access to a business center, a spa with indigenous treatments and a fitness center. “Our strategic plan for the next five years extends beyond Peru's borders, and we look forward to future collaborations with Starwood,” says Jorge Melero, CEO of Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas. — KT

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announced the opening of its concept for the W Hollywood and Residences, Delphine Eatery & Bar. Designed by New York-based Zeff Design, Delphine is a casual eatery with that oh-soeasily-chic feel oft found along the European Riviera. Old World and New World come together in the restaurant’s soft color palette of blue and white, with bistro seating in the bar, wicker furnishings, silver antique cabinetry and modern wind turbine style ceiling fans. White ceramic tiles meant to look like Parisian Metro tiles line the walls to help create a multi-cultural dining experience in the heart of Hollywood. Exec chef, Sascha Lyon, hailing from famous NYC spots like Daniel

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and Balthazar, has crafted a menu of regional flavors found in kitchens and inns throughout French and Italian towns along the Mediterranean coast. The 6,000-square-foot space also includes Station Hollywood, an outdoor, dual-level bar and lounge named for the Metro Red Line station located at Hollywood and Vine, and The Living Room, W’s interpretation of the modern hotel lobby. — KH

IIDA Hosts Rock ‘n’ Roll Couture Fashion Show
he IIDA Orange County Haute Couture Fashion Show is a manifold manifestation of creativity and this year, each Haute Couture design will represent a straddling of fashion, media and rock ‘n’ roll. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the fashion show benefits the IIDA Southern California Chapter for Student Scholarships and Working Wardrobes, a non-profit which provides funds to designers in crises. Every year, famed firms and fledgling designers of Orange Country vie for best design in a runway competition using materials donated by textile and furniture manufacturers typically utilized in interiors. Selected at random, designers will have to craft their pieces from one of 16 music categories including rockabilly, R&B, heavy metal and punk. This year, Nick Verreos, a veteran of the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) as well as Project Runway, will be hosting the Apr. 21 event. “As designers, we are inspired by all that surrounds us,” said Sean Kim, principal of VIDA Design and co-chair of IIDA Orange County Haute Couture. “This year, we wanted to shake things up by creating an event where music, fashion and media collide.” The kick-off tailgate party will commence Thursday, Feb. 25 at the OM Workspace in Irvine. Each design team will be given a rock category at random, 15 minutes to conceptualize their pieces and two minutes to select their materials. The fashion show follows eight weeks later, at the Sutra Lounge in Costa Mesa where one lucky team will be crowned champion. Tickets go on sale Mar. 1 at www.iidaso-cal.org — KT

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The French Window looks onto Hong Kong harbor

AB Concept Conceives Hong-Kong’s ‘French Window’
B Concept, a hospitality interior design firm founded in 1999 in Hong Kong, has created a French-inspired interior for Hong Kong’s new restaurant, The French Window, in the ifc mall which overlooks the harbor. Using architecturally-lit lantern-style columns in wrought iron trim, the restaurant stands out from its neighbors. The promenade leading to the restaurant is decorated with lush vertical garden panels and modern lanterns. “The French Window is a charming combination

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of modern textures and colors with a touch of French design, creating an atmosphere of relaxed and inviting elegance,” said Ed Ng, founder and director of AB Concept. “Our goal has been to craft a restaurant that is upscale, not uptight.” The French Window is managed and operated by the Miramar Group, established in Hong Kong in 1957. Some of AB Concept’s other projects include the Shangri-la’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel in Tainan, Taiwan, Hong Kong’s Hotel Jen and The W Retreat & Spa Bali (set to open in late 2010). — KH

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Clodagh Hosts Group Arts Show ‘Water and Light’

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lways a passionate woman of the arts and nature, Clodagh recently presented in her NYC showroom the work of nine artists whose paintings, photographs, sculpture and video installations celebrate the natural elements of ‘Water and Light’ – the aptlynamed title of the exhibit. On Jan. 27, the show opened to the public with a reception that

New Glenmere Mansion Channels Tuscan Charm
he restoration of the Glenmere mansion in the lower Hudson Valley means New Yorkers no longer need to cross the Atlantic for a taste of Tuscany. Less than 50 miles north of Manhattan, the 150-acre property in Chester, New York offers 19 Italianate guestrooms. The luxury villa, originally designed by architects Carrere & Hastings in 1911, was recently restored by partners/owners DeGraw & Dehaan Architects with interiors by Scott Snyder. The new space combines contemporary luxury with the authentic central open cortile, marbled column porticos and dramatic interior staircases fashioned nearly a century ago. Accommodations include deluxe and superior bedrooms, junior suites and premium suites. The Penthouse features private elevator access to a two-bedroom, two-bathroom suite with three fireplaces, while the Ogden suite includes access to an intimate private garden. The Supper Room provides an intimate dining experience, with hand-painted panels depicting the Tuscan landscape. Full bar service, lunch and informal evening meals can be enjoyed in the Frog's End Tavern. — BD

saw more than 350 people. More than 20 pieces of art are displayed among Clodagh’s collections in a carefully curated display that stays true to Clodagh’s contemporary design aesthetic. The featured artists include Thomas Banks, Louise Crandell, David Teeple, Robert Younger, Beth O’Donnell, Jessica Kay Bodner, Clodagh, Daniel Aubry and Tucker Robbins. Their works have appeared in places like the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, Architectural Digest magazine,

the United Nations and more. While Clodagh’s product and interior design work has been celebrated for years, this is the first time she has displayed her fine art photography to the public. Her images connect through an exploration of light and shadow. “I am fascinated by a camera’s ability to capture space and beauty in a nanosecond and depict them in two dimensions,” she said. The Water and Light exhibit will run through Mar. 3 in Clodagh’s showroom. — KH

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Arclinea Opens Sleek New NYC Showroom

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n Jan. 27, Arclinea hosted a gathering to celebrate its new showroom, a gleaming new space in the Architects & Designers building within Nova Studio. The new showroom features a wide cross-section of head designer Antonio Citterio’s units, complete with working features like Kizoku touch sensor faucets, LED lights for growing herbs and builtin plate warmers. Covering 4,000 square feet, the studio boasts low VOC paints and finishes as well as energy-efficient heating and refrigeration units, highlighting Arclinea’s commitment to sustainable design. There are four units to peruse at the Arclinea studio, Lignum et Lapis, Artusi, Convivium and Italia, each comprised of varying matte lacquers, stainless steel and different woods like teak, mahogany or oak, all felled from sustainable forests. “The new showroom appreciates the full field of possibilities Marc Schlesser, Senior Designer for Nova Studio at offered by Arclinea and embodies the core strengths of the Arclinea Arclinea’s new showroom line,” said Marc Schlesser, Senior Designer at Nova Studio. — KT

Washington D.C. Celebrates Revamped Design Center
he Washington Design Center to be eligible to receive the honor, will unveil a new lobby vignette one must have practiced interior concept by interior designer design in the area for at least 15 Kelley Proxmire on Mar. 10, kick- years, contributed to Washington ing off Capital Design Days, a life through cultural, charitable three-day program of events for or civic works and must actively design professionals and students. support the design center. In 2009, Proxmire was in- Showrooms in the center nomiducted into the Washington Design Center Hall of Fame, an organization established in 2002 that honors designers who have improved the quality of life in the D.C. area through design excellence and Rendering of Kelley Proxmire’s lobby vignette for the contributions. In order Washington Design Center

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nate candidates and inductees are selected based upon votes. Other inductees who have created lobby settings for the design center include Thomas Pheasant, David Mitchell and Justine Sancho. “The Design Center is invaluable to my practice for all the staples of a room, from trims to furniture,” said Proxmire. All the resources for the space were drawn from the showrooms in the building, and thanks to companies like Kravet/Lee Jofa, Osborne & Little, JK Drapery, Brunschwig & Fils and more, the special lobby presentation will make for an intimate setting for the kickoff celebration. — KH

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Nominator’s name: Company: Title: E-mail/phone number: Name of nominee: Company: Title: E-mail/phone number: Length of time with company: What type of projects has the nominee worked on? Where?

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We will select our 18 designers based on their nominations. Accepted nominees will be contacted by boutique DESIGN magazine and asked to answer a couple of questions about the future of design. We will run their answers, headshot and a shot of a project that they’ve assisted with in the May/June 2010 issue of boutique DESIGN: The People Issue. Our Boutique 18 will be honored in Las Vegas at the Boutique 18 Bash on May 20, 2010.

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