Robert A.M. Stern Architects Named to Architectural Digest’s 2012 New AD100December 8, 2011
In its January 2012 issue, Architectural Digest names Robert A.M. Stern Architects one of its “New AD100,” the magazine’s biennial list of the top talents in architecture and design. The firm has been included in the AD100 since 2002.
“We once again salute the creative talents and firms who represent AD’s distinctive point of view,” said Margaret Russell, editor in chief of Architectural Digest. “Design is a serious business, and though there may be an element of fantasy to many of the projects showcased on our pages, Architectural Digest’s focus is on buildings and interiors that will stand the test of time. The designers and architects of the 2012 AD100 exemplify that mind-set, with an understanding that it is not enough for their work to be eye-catching; it must be exacting too, embodying the finest skills, the most advanced techniques, and an uncommon attention to detail.”
The AD100 was announced at a November 29, 2011, reception at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
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