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Architectural Digest is a glossy American monthly magazine. Its principal subject is interior design, not -- as the name of the magazine might suggest -- architecture more generally. The magazine is published by Condé Nast Publications and was founded in 1920.

Architectural Digest is aimed at an affluent and style-conscious readership. It bills itself as the "International magazine of interior design". Each issue is largely devoted to the critique and analysis of trends and fashions in interior design, interspersed with many advertisements, in much the same manner as Vogue, another Condé Nast publication. Every few years, the magazine announces its list of top 100 designers in the US and abroad.

The AD 100 represents a selection of the top architects and interior designers whose work has been featured in Architectural Digest. This special section gives readers a chance to explore a richly varied landscape of styles. It also offers personal profiles of the figures behind the work, shedding light on their individual approaches and philosophies.

AD 100 2007

Marco Aldaco
Charles Allem
Marc Appleton
Howard J. Backen
Penny Drue Baird
John Barman
Bill Bensley
Karin Blake
Peter Bohlin
Samuel Botero
Geoffrey Bradfield
Thomas Britt
Mario Buatta
Diane Burn
Timothy Corrigan
Savin Couëlle
Robert Couturier
Elissa Cullman
Wallace E. Cunningham
Joanne de Guardiola
David Easton
Steven Ehrlich
Mica Ertegun
Ferguson & Shamamian
Norman Foster
William T. Georgis
Peter L. Gluck
Mariette Himes Gomez
Alexander Gorlin
Michael Graves
Gregga Jordan Smieszny
Victoria Hagan
Alexa Hampton
Cecil Hayes
Thad Hayes
Anouska Hempel
Hendrix Allardyce
William Hodgins
Kelly Hoppen
Laura Hunt
Terry Hunziker
Ike Kligerman Barkley
Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Jim Jennings
Eddie Jones
Richard Landry
Legorreta + Legorreta
Sally Sirkin Lewis
Donna Livingston
London Boone
Suzanne Lovell
Ron Mann
Peter Marino
Martynus-Tripp
Margaret McCurry
Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi
Juan Pablo Molyneux
Juan Montoya
Moore Ruble Yudell
Katherine Newman Design
Sandra Nunnerley
Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
Thomas Pheasant
Campion Platt
Jennifer Post
Antoine Predock
Bart Prince
Jaquelin T. Robertson
Jacques Saint Dizier
Harry Schnaper
Annabelle Selldorf
Roderick N. Shade
Stephen Shadley
Shelton, Mindel
Shope Reno Wharton
Marjorie Shushan
Sills Huniford
Scott Snyder
José Solís Betancourt
John Stefanidis
Robert A. M. Stern
William W. Stubbs
Emily Summers
Rose Tarlow
Roger Thomas
Stanley Tigerman
Suzanne Tucker
Mitchell Turnbough
Edward Tuttle
Carleton Varney
Axel Vervoordt
Diego Villaseñor
Graham Viney
Alan Wanzenberg
The Warner Group
Dennis Wedlick
Bennett and Judie Weinstock
Paul Vincent Wiseman
Craig Wright
Pierre Yovanovitch





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