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contents: print 10 14 20 editor’s note industry focus: suspended reality Yves Behar designs a new chair for Herman Miller that gives users comfort and freedom of movement— and is cost-effective and eco-friendly to boot 24 palette of time 54 History and modernity meet in high style at The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore, inviting guests to an extraordinary experience where each moment is a destination 30 house of sweet dreams Famous fashion label Moschino creates a fantasy land of sorts, converting an old Milan rail station into a new hotel 36 america’s lounge Whether attending an event, concert, or football game in Irving, Texas, Dallas Cowboys Stadium offers a variety of high-end venues, designed by HKS, Inc. 40 a fine winery Trinchero Family Estates in St. Helena, Calif., expands its business and image with a new hospitality center, designed by BAR Architects 44 mexico city materialism Entasis employ steel and glass, slate, and ash in a temple of culinary experimentation that is also a timeless design statement 48 risqué business A fresh club concept and a winning design recipe for unabashed sex appeal is all that Voyeur, by Mark Zeff Design, needed to make its lasting mark on Los Angeles’ nightlife scene 52 20 52 brooklyn baroque Evan Douglis uses the latest computer technology to evoke a grape arbor in a casual neighborhood restaurant 54 reading on the walls An innovative interior design by nemaworkshop helps grow New York City coffee brand d’espresso 56 trends: the real social network In an age of mobility and digital communication, communal seating repeatedly is cropping up—and even being requested by clients—in today’s restaurant designs 62 64 67 designers rate: lounge seating sources 2010 brand report 62 cover: d’espresso, designed by nemaworkshop. Photography by David Joseph. Page 54. 103 ad index 104 perspectives: Anurag Nema, nemaworkshop CONTRACT, volume 51 issue 9 (USPS 307-970, ISSN 1530-6224, November/December 2010) is published in January/February, March, April, May, June, July/August, September, October, and November/December; issued by Nielsen Business Media Inc., 770 Broadway, New York, NY 10003-9595. Editorial and advertising offices: Nielsen Business Media, Inc., 770 Broadway, New York, NY 10003-9595; 646-654-4500; fax: 646-654-7370. Customer Service: For address changes (provide old mailing label and new address including zip or postal code and allow four to six weeks), single copy sales ($10 payable in advance), and subscription inquiries ($89/year U.S., $94/year Canada, $175/year all other foreign), call 800-697-8859, fax 847-291-4816 or write to, or Contract Magazine, P.O. Box 3601, Northbrook, IL. 60065-3601. Periodicals postage paid at New York, NY, and additional mailing offices. Printed in the USA. Postmaster: Please send address changes to Contract, P.O. Box 3601, Northbrook, IL 60065-3601. Canada Post Publications Mail Agreement No. 40031729. Return undeliverable Canadian addresses: To DHL Global Mail, 4960-2 Walker Road,Windsor, ON N9A 6J3. issue 9 volume 51

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Contract - November/December 2010

Contract - November/December 2010
Editor’s Note
Focus: Suspended Reality
Palette of Time
House of Sweet Dreams
America’s Lounge
A Fine Winery
Mexico City Materialism
Risqué Business
Brooklyn Baroque
Reading on the Walls
Trends: The Real Social Network
Designers Rate: Lounge Seating
2010 Brand Report
Ad Index
Perspectives: Anurag Nema, Nemaworkshop

Contract - November/December 2010