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Sam Trimble (b. 1964) grew up in Alaska and Hawaii, received his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University in 1987 and Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 1990. He was a Fulbright Scholar to Italy in 1991 and won the IIDA Will Ching Prize[1] in 2005. Sam Trimble’s work has been featured in numerous publications[2] including the cover of the “AD 100: The Worlds Top Designers and Architects” from Architectural Digest[3]

A student of Rafael Moneo (Pritzker Prize 1996) at Harvard University, Sam Trimble has worked for Peter Marino (on Barneys & high end residential), Rockwell Group (on restaurants), and went solo in 2001. He collaborates frequently with his brother Vance Trimble and with decorator Jack C. Anderson.

Based in New York City, Sam Trimble has designed projects in New York, Miami, San Francisco, Anchorage, Tokyo, Cannes, and London. His clients include: Bryan Lourd (Director of CAA, Creative Arts Agency), John Richardson (Picasso Biographer), Jann Wenner (Founder of Rollingstone Magazine), Mike Nichols & Diane Sawyer, Kevin Roberts[4] (CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide), Bing Gordon (CCO & Co Founder of Electronic Arts and Partner at Kleiner Perkins), Jack Stahl (former President of Revlon & former President of Coca Cola), Robert De Niro [5], Glenn Dubin, Dr. Lisa Airan, and The Metropolitan Opera[6] amongst others.

Gallery

Selected Projects

Rockwell Group

  • Pod Restaurant (for Steven Starr), Philadelphia, (2000)
  • Nobu, Las Vegas, (1999)
  • Nobu Next-Door, New York City, (1998)
  • Michael Jordan's The Steak House (for Peter Glazier), New York City, (1998)
  • Best Cellars Wine Store, New York City, (1998)
  • W Hotel lobby and guest rooms, New York City, (1998)

Peter Marino

  • Barneys, Chelsea Passage, Beverly Hills, (1994)
  • Barneys, Women’s Ground Floor, New York City, (1993)

Machado Silvetti

  • Arts and Crafts Pavilion, Exposition for Mediterranean Cultures, Palermo, Sicily, (1991)

Publications/Awards

  • Elle Decoration, UK ed., “Celebrating Individuality.” January 2010
  • 1000x Architecture of the Americas. Braun Publishing. 2008
  • The New York Times Magazine, Style ed., “Habitat Forming.” Spring 2008
  • Art + Auction, “Coming in Secondary.” July 2008
  • New York architecture & design. teNeus. 2007
  • Interior Design Magazine, Number 7. 2007
  • New Zealand House and Garden, “A Loft in Manhattan.” April 2006
  • IIDA Will Ching Prize Winner. 2005
  • The New York Times Magazine, “The Architecture Issue.” May 2005
  • Architectural Digest, “The AD 100: The Worlds Top Designers and Architects.” January 2004.
  • Spaces: Architecture in Detail. Rockport Publishers. 2005
  • Lovemarks, “Eye of the Storm.” powerHouse Books. 2005
  • The New York Sun, “Architecture: Sweetness & Light.” January 10, 2005
  • James Beard Award Nomination, Best Restaurant, w/ Rockwell Group. 2001
  • Lumen Award, for Pod w/ Rockwell Group. 2001
  • S.E.G.D. Award, for Pod w/ Rockwell Group. 2001
  • Interior Design Magazine, “Mod Pod.” March 2001
  • Interiors Magazine, for Nobu Next Door w/ Rockwell group. 1998
  • Hospitality Design Grand Prize, w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • Interiors Magazine Restaurant of the Year w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • Lucy G Moses Preservation Award w/ Rockwell Group. 1999
  • AIA Citation, for Best Cellars w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • I.D. Magazine Award, for Best Cellars w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • Lumen Award, for Best Cellars w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • I.D.E.A. Silver Medal, for Best Cellars w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • Lumen Award, for I.D. Magazine Exhibit w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • I.D.E.A. Silver Medal, for I.D. Magazine Exhibit w/ Rockwell Group. 1998
  • Interiors Design Magazine, for Barneys New York w/ Peter Marino. January 2004

External Links

References

  1. ^ [1] Interior Design Magazine, Number 7. 2007
  2. ^ See Section 3 titled “Publications/Awards” for more complete listing of publications
  3. ^ [2] Architectural Digest, “The AD 100: The Worlds Top Designers and Architects.” January 2004.
  4. ^ [3] New Zealand House and Garden, “A Loft in Manhattan.” April 2006
  5. ^ [4] The New York Times Magazine, Style ed., “Habitat Forming.” Spring 2008
  6. ^ [5] The Metropolitan Opera

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Trimble_(designer)



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