The finest talents in interior design, architecture, and landscape design are represented in the AD100 Hall of Fame 2023. When seeking fantastic interiors that are both livable and gorgeous, we always come back to these names. The AD100 Hall of Fame will be unveiled in 2023. You may read part 1 here if you like.
Since 1999, Mark Hampton’s luxurious interiors have been expertly updated by Alexa Hampton, the company’s founder, and the designer’s daughter. The long-standing sensibilities of the company are upheld by Hampton: classic interiors with painstaking attention to detail. She achieves this whether she is creating a quiet retreat in the Hamptons or her own family home, or beautifully updating her father’s artwork in a New York apartment. Like her father, she favors formal settings, like an apartment at New York’s The Pierre hotel, to flaunt her sense of style.
Annabelle Selldorf, a German-born New Yorker who runs the same-named architecture firm, has single-handedly transformed how the contemporary art world sees and values architecture as a crucial aspect of its profession. She has blurred the barriers between commercial and cultural in her designs for galleries like Hauser & Wirth and David Zwirner, and she has shown this skill in museums like New York City’s Neue Galerie and the forthcoming redesign of the adjacent Frick Collection.
Because of her influence on how the public perceives design, Bunny Williams, the dean of American traditional décor, has remained relevant for more than 40 years. Through her boutiques (including the renowned garden shop Treillage she founded with her now-husband, antique dealer John Rosselli), showrooms, and other successful books and product lines, Williams makes the norms of wealthy, aristocratic design look homey, livable, and even attainable.
For fashionable clients from the highest levels of American society, such as Aerin Lauder, Tory Burch, and Lauren Santo Domingo, Daniel Romualdez creates residences, offices, and commercial buildings (he frequently works in locales where fashion clichés are rife, such as the Hamptons or Nantucket). Romualdez, a New Yorker who was born in Manila and began practicing in 1993, was trained by Robert A.M. Stern and Thierry Despont, both of whom are in the Hall of Fame.
Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio created the architecture company Diller Scofidio + Renfro in 1981, and it is one of the few in the twenty-first century to have had such a huge influence on how the general public views art and culture. Without several of the firm’s masterpieces, including as MoMA, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, and especially The High Line, it is difficult to imagine Manhattan. After Charles Renfro and Benjamin Gilmartin joined the group, the group had a big impact on the city of New York. This elevated train track turned public park with lots of art has altered how design might help conceptualize post-industrial urban regions.
A career that is almost entirely unique has been carefully developed by Frank Gehry, a rare household name in modern architecture. Before relocating to America, he was born and reared in Canada. In the 1960s, he founded his studio, which is today known as Gehry Partners. His renowned architectural style, which blurs the borders between sculpture and functionality, is evident in some of the most well-known structures of the past fifty years, including the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, the Stata Center at MIT, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
Three days after receiving his diploma from Parsons School of Design, Jamie Drake founded his own design firm in 1978. Shortly after, he was hired to equip two distinct Fifth Avenue apartments. Since then, the New York-based AD100 interior designer has made a strong case for glitz in his portfolio of mostly metropolitan residential projects. At a period when muted midcentury modern décor was becoming more and more popular, Drake’s interiors immediately became recognized for their vibrant splashes of color. This drew a star-studded clientele, including ex-Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg, who Drake helped renovate the Gracie Mansion in Manhattan.
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