Bicoastal designer Tim Campbell, and his sophisticated and cutting-edge work.
By Tim Campbell
Introduction by Thom Browne
Intentional Beauty is the first major book to survey the twenty-five-year career of bicoastal designer Tim Campbell, whose sophisticated and cutting-edge work features residential projects in both Los Angeles and New York. The book highlights the renovation and restoration of several well-known homes in Los Angeles, including Richard Neutra’s Singleton House, and also illustrates Tim’s work as a philanthropist in Africa. Campbell’s notable restorations exemplify his ability to preserve and honor the architecture of a historic home while seamlessly updating it with modern additions to accommodate a more contemporary lifestyle. His boutique design firm, Studio Tim Campbell, has offices in Los Angeles and New York and specializes in both high-end custom residential design renovations, as well as new construction and specialty commercial projects.
In 2006, Tim Campbell founded Studio Tim Campbellto provide design services for high-end residential and commercial projects, along with historical renovations. In addition to domestic projects, Campbell has worked on numerous international projects in locales as varied as Paris, Mexico City, and Dubai. In both Los Angeles and New York City, Studio Tim Campbell’s services include Architecture and Interior Design for residential, commercial, and hospitality projects. In addition to his design work, Campbell is an avid art collector. He lives in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, with his partner, Steve Machado, and his two dogs, Jack and Boss.
“This year’s most sophisticated book on architecture and interior design.” —Forbes