AD100 Hall of Fame 2023 – Part 2

The AD100 Hall of Fame 2023 are today’s top interior decoration, architecture, and landscape design talents. We always return to these names when looking for incredible interiors that are both liveable and stunning. Keep an eye out for the AD100 Hall of Fame in 2023! If you want, read part 1 here.

AD100 Hall of Fame 2023

Hall of Fame – Part 2

Alexa Hampton

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Alexa Hampton, the company’s founder and designer’s daughter, has delicately brought Mark Hampton’s opulent interiors into the modern era since 1999. Hampton maintains the firm’s long-standing sensibilities: timeless interiors with meticulous attention to detail. She does this whether she’s designing her own family home or a simple Hamptons getaway, or elegantly modernising her father’s work in a New York apartment. She, like her father, prefers to show off her fashion sense in formal settings, such as an apartment in New York’s The Pierre hotel.

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Annabelle Selldorf

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Annabelle Selldorf, a German-born New Yorker, and her architecture firm of the same name have single-handedly changed the way the contemporary art world views and values architecture as a critical component of its profession. Her designs for commercial and cultural galleries such as Hauser & Wirth and David Zwirner have blurred the lines between commercial and cultural, and her museums, including New York City’s Neue Galerie and the upcoming redesign of the nearby Frick Collection, have demonstrated her ability to reinterpret complex historical spaces.

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Bunny Williams

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Bunny Williams, the doyenne of American traditional décor, has remained relevant for more than 40 years due to her influence on how the general public perceives design. Through her boutiques (including the famous garden shop Treillage she founded with her now-husband, antique dealer John Rosselli), showrooms, and other profitable books and product lines, Williams makes the customs of rich, patrician design look cosy, livable, and even approachable.

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Daniel Romualdez

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Daniel Romualdez creates homes, offices, and commercial spaces for affluent clients such as Aerin Lauder, Tory Burch, and Lauren Santo Domingo (he frequently works in places where style clichés abound, such as the Hamptons or Nantucket). Romualdez, a New Yorker raised in Manila, received his training from Hall of Fame members Thierry Despont and Robert A.M. Stern before opening his practice in 1993.

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Diller Scofidio + Renfro

AD100 Hall of Fame 2023

The architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro, founded in 1981 by Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, is one of the few in the twenty-first century to have had such a significant impact on how the general public perceives art and culture. Many of the firm’s masterpieces, such as MoMA, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, and especially The High Line, are difficult to imagine Manhattan without. After Charles Renfro and Benjamin Gilmartin joined the team, the quartet had a significant impact on their hometown of New York. This former elevated train track turned art-filled public park altered the way design can contribute to conceptualising post-industrial urban areas.

Frank Gehry

AD100 Hall of Fame 2023

Frank Gehry, a rare household name in modern architecture, has methodically built a nearly entirely unique career. He was born and raised in Canada before moving to America in the 1960s and establishing his studio, now known as Gehry Partners. The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the Stata Center at MIT, and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain are all examples of his legendary architectural style, which blurs the lines between sculpture and functionality.

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Jamie Drake

AD100 Hall of Fame 2023

Jamie Drake founded his own design firm three days after graduating from Parsons School of Design in 1978, and soon received orders to furnish two different Fifth Avenue apartments. Since then, the New York-based AD100 interior designer has argued persuasively for glamour in his primarily urban portfolio of residential projects. Drake’s interiors quickly became recognisable for their bold pops of colour at a time when neutral midcentury-modern decor was trending. This drew a celebrity clientele, including former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, with whom Drake collaborated on the renovation of Manhattan’s iconic Gracie Mansion.

See also: AD100 Hall of fame – Part 1

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