Rottet Studio

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Rottet Studio
Industry Architecture
Design
Founded (2008 (2008))
Founder Lauren Rottet
Headquarters Houston, Texas, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Website www.rottetstudio.com

Rottet Studio is an international architecture and design firm based in Houston, Texas. The firm was founded by Lauren Rottet in 2008 and has offices in Los Angeles, California, New York City, New York, as well as a presence in Asia in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China.[1] The firm is WBE-certified and has designed a variety of corporate and hospitality projects both within the United States and abroad.[2]

Lauren Rottet[edit]

Lauren Rottet, Rottet Studio's founding principal, is a member of Interior Design's Hall of Fame[3] and was the first woman to be a fellow of both the International Interior Design Association and the American Institute of Architects.[4] She was also named Designer of the Year by Interiors magazine in 1994[5] and by Boutique Design in 2012.[6] Rottet was born in Waco, Texas and moved to Houston at age 7. She went to college at the University of Texas at Austin, where she originally majored in art and pre-med.[7] Rottet's art consisted mostly of drawings and paintings of buildings, so she changed her major to architecture and graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Architecture.[7][8]

Rottet began working for Fisher Friedman Architects, a San Francisco, California-based firm, following her graduation from the University of Texas.[7] At Fisher Friedman she worked with upscale apartments and condominiums.[7] Two years later, in 1980, Rottet moved to the Chicago office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.[7] She later worked with the firm's Houston and Los Angeles offices.[7] In 1990, she became a founding partner of Keating Mann Jernigan Rottet and, when the firm was acquired by Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall in 1994, Rottet became director of DMJM Rottet's interior design studio.[9]

In 2008, Rottet launched Rottet Studios.[1]

Notable Projects[edit]

Corporate[edit]

Artis Capital Management, San Francisco, CA[10]

An Asset Management Company, New York, NY[11]

Johnson Downie, Houston, TX[12]

Mattel Design Center, El Segundo, CA[13]

Paul Hastings LLP, Various Locations[14][15]

United Talent Agency, Los Angeles, CA[16]

Hospitality[edit]

The Beverly Hills Presidential Bungalows, Beverly Hills, CA[17]

Philippe Restaurant + Lounge, Houston, TX[18]

St Regis Aspen Resort, Aspen, CO[19]

The Surrey Hotel, New York, NY[20]

The James Royal Palm, Miami Beach, FL[21]

Loews Regency Hotel, Manhattan, NY[22]

Furniture Lines[edit]

Rottet's interest in furniture design stemmed from a sofa she designed for her personal Los Angeles residence in 1991, entitled the Evaneau sofa.[4] She has since designed custom furniture for many of Rottet Studio's projects. She designed most of the furniture for Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker’s Los Angeles offices.[15] In November 2013, Rottet released a 33-piece furniture collection in collaboration with Decca Home.[1][23]

Art Selection[edit]

Rottet has curated artwork for many of the firm's projects as well as some side projects. She collaborated with Katherine Lo of the Langham Hospitality Group to select artwork for the Langham Hotel, in Chicago, IL.[24] She also curated an art collection for the James Royal Palm hotel entitled "An Ocean Apart."[21] Rottet curated an art program for a New York City-based asset management company, which consisted exclusively of photography, including photos from Robert Longo.[11] The art selection for the Surrey Hotel featured work by Jenny Holzer, Rochard Serra.[20] In 2008, Rottet curated an art-inspired furniture exhibition at the Barbara Davis Gallery.[25][26]

Select Awards[edit]

Designer of the Year, Boutique Design, 2012.[27]

IIDA Texas - Oklahoma Honor Award, St. Regis Aspen Resort, 2012.[28]

IIDA Texas - Oklahoma Honor Award, Presidential Bungalows at The Beverly Hills Hotel, 2012.[28]

Best Hotel Design - Resort, Gold Key Hospitality Design Excellence Awards, The St. Regis Aspen Resort, 2012.[29]

Ranked #94 for corporate and hospitality Top 100 Design Giants, Interior Design Magazine, 2012[30]

Interior Design Best of Year Finalist, St. Regis Aspen Resort, 2012[31]

Interior Design Best of Year Finalist, An Asset Management Company, 2012[31]

Honorable Mention, Public Spaces, The James Royal Palm, Hospitality Design Awards, 2013[32]

AIA / Houston Honor Award, Johnson Downie, 2013[33]

IIDA Texas - Oklahoma Honor Award, The James Royal Palm, 2013.[28]

CoD+A Awards, Merit Award Winner, United Talent Agency, 2013[34]

CoD+A Awards, Merit Award Winner, The James Royal Palm, 2013[35]

International Design Awards, Bronze Award Winner for Conceptual Interior Design, New Hotel Concept, 2013[36]

International Design Awards, Silver Award Winner for Office Interior Design, An Asset Management Company, 2013[36]

International Design Awards, Gold Award Winner for Office Interior Design, United Talent Agency, 2013[36]

Sources[edit]

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  4. ^ a b Molly Glentzer (July 7, 2011). "Lauren Rottet has a modern mind, Southern soul". Houston Chronicle. 
  5. ^ Russell Fortmeyer (January 2013). "2013 Designer of the Year". Contract Magazine. 
  6. ^ Mary Scoviak (February 2012). "Novel Approach". Boutique Design Magazine. 
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  16. ^ Daniel Miller (May 2013). "United Talent Agency shoots for the stars with new screening room". Los Angeles Times. 
  17. ^ Edie Cohen (September 2013). "LONG LIVE THE PINK PALACE: LAUREN ROTTET RENOVATES BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL'S FAMED BUNGALOWS". Interior Design Magazine. 
  18. ^ Greg Morago (March 2011). "Chef Philippe Schmit is out of his cage". The Houston Chronicle. 
  19. ^ Deborah Martin. "The St. Regis Aspen Brings the Outdoors in". Aspen Peak. 
  20. ^ a b Nicholas Tamarin (February 2010). "The Surrey With the Fringe on Top". Interior Design Magazine. Archived from the original on 2013-12-03. 
  21. ^ a b Edie Cohen (June 2013). "Beauty and the Beach: Lauren Rottet Reinvents the James Royal Palm Hotel". Interior Design Magazine. 
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  23. ^ Thomas Russell (18 October 2013). "Newly formed Decca Home taps Rob Casey as president". Furniture Today. Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
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  30. ^ Wing Leung (January 2012). "Top 100 Design Giants". Interior Design Magazine. 
  31. ^ a b "Best of Year 2012 Project Winners". Archived from the original on 23 October 2013. Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
  32. ^ "Hospitality Design (HD) Awards Announced". Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
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  34. ^ "United Talent Agency". Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
  35. ^ "The James Royal Palm". Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
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