Dialogue with Stephanie Goto
Thursday April 6th, 2017

We were honored to host a dialogue featuring Stephanie Goto, Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine Senior Editor, Michelle Brunner and bulthaup’s Robert Moric about the dynamic overlap between food, design, architecture and experience. Internationally recognized architect and designer Stephanie Goto shared her work and inspiration for the creative process with our guests, including recent collaborations with bulthaup Scottsdale. Many of our guests reached out to us personally after the event to say that Stephanie’s presentation had a profound impact on them and provided a fresh perspective that would become part of their design philosophy from that point forward. We would like to thank Stephanie Goto and our design community for making this event possible and reaffirming our passion for hosting events such as this to facilitate the exchange of ideas that lead to our collective growth.


STEPHANIEGOTO is a boutique architecture and design firm with a vision dedicated to creating spaces that enhances a story, identifies experiences, defines relationships, memories and sense of place.

The body of work embraces a critical purity, a quietness in the understanding of form, shape, structure, materials and details that references experiences in culture, art, nature, fashion, music, and the culinary arts to strengthen a critical dialogue.

Goto’s international commissions focus on the architecture and interiors of cultural, residential, retail, hospitality and commercial projects and synergies with installation, product and brand design.

A fixture in New York’s culinary community, she has designed many of the New York City’s Michelin starred restaurants including Piora, Corton and Aldea. Completed work includes the Calder Foundation’s Project Space one of her many projects with president and founder Alexander S. C. Rower, Caesarstone’s Experience Center in Gerogia, and the home of celebrated chef Daniel Boulud.

Goto has also gifted her creative energy to the museum community with her active engagement in envisioning projects such as MADCrush at the Museum of Arts and Design.

Raised in New York and Tokyo Stephanie Goto was educated at Cornell University College of Architecture where she was editor of the Journal of Architecture’s fifth volume. She began her career working closely with renowned architect Rafael Vinoly and later collaborated on award winning projects with David Rockwell and Tadao Ando.