AD100 2022 Hall of Fame is back for Part II! The best and most talented for interior design and architecture. Get to know them all!
Axel Vervoordt, Wijnegem, Belgium
Axel Vervoordt is a Belgian interior designer who loves art. He is known for create somber, sparse and rustic rooms with a natural and neutral palette. Besides, he has helped in the interior design of Kim Kardashian’s and Kanye West home.
Annabelle Selldorf, NY
Annabelle was born in Germany but she is based in New York for decades. She changed the way contemporary art world views architecture as an important part of its industry. Her main works were her designs for galleries such as Hauser & Wirth and David Zwirner, but also museums, for example the Neue Galerie in New York City.
Daniel Romualdez, New York
Daniel Romualdez is part of AD100 2022 Hall of Fame, as an important interior designer. He worked with Tory Burch, Lauren Santo Domingo and Aerin Lauder. His spaces are known to be elegant and sophisticated. An aesthetic that is comfortable and avoids clichés.
Toshiko Mori, New York
Toshiko Mori was born in Kobe Japan, but she studied design in New York. She became an important architect and a respected scholar. Her architecture works, both public and private, show a strong connection between innovation and a sense of place.
Lee F. Mindel, New York
Lee Mindel is a Harvard-architect and has his own company, Shelton Mindel. His firm has designed homes, offices and other architecture projects that combine sense of scale and proportion. Besides that, he mixes traditional and modern style, side by side, with natural light.
Jamie Drake, New York
Jamie Drake has an extensive portfolio of interior design projects and he is known (as we can see in the images) that Drake loves color. He helped the former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the design of the Manhattan’s iconic Gracie Mansion.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York
Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio are the founders of this architecture firm that began her work in 1981. They are responsible for Alice Tully Hall, MoMA, The High Line and the Lincoln Center. So they are an important part of Manhattan main constructions.
Howard J. Backen, St. Helena, CA
Housing, hospitality and retail, all of these are part of the Backen Architecture & Life Style and Design Firm. Howard’s firm (in their projects) combines a pared-down aesthetic and natural materials, and this is one of many reasons of his success.
Sir David Adjaye, New York
AD100 2022 Hall of Fame Part II ends with Sir David Adjaye, the Tanzanian-born architect that is based in New York, London and Accra. He is known for create innovative projects that are aligned with notions of cultural identity.
Credits to: Architectural Digest