Timothy Corrigan



Showcased in some of the world’s most extraordinary properties, Timothy Corrigan’s distinctive flair for interior design, architecture and restoration has been praised by prestigious magazines such as Architectural DigestTown & Country, House & Garden and Vanity Fair.

The path to this position of prominence began serendipitously when, having already attained early success in the advertising industry, Timothy relinquished his post as President of the international division of Bates Worldwide, to pursue his passion for design, architecture and antiquities. While living in Paris in 1987, as head of the firm’s European operations, Timothy boldly decided to purchase a 17th century manor house in Normandy with the goal of recapturing its elegance and lustre.

The experience proved to be a revelation, as Timothy fell in love with the restorative process of respecting the integrity of the old, while updating it for the present. “When I was left to wander through one panelled room after another, I felt a kind of magic, as if I had gone into a different realm,” Timothy recalls. “There was no looking back.”

This enduring passion ultimately evolved into a flourishing career, with the establishment of Landmark Restoration and Belcaro Fine Arts in Los Angeles and Paris. At the core of this success has been Timothy’s signature style of understanding the integrity and history of each home, while incorporating elegance, sophistication, comfort and liveability.

Timothy today is recognized as an expert in antiquities, decorative arts, and architectural restorations, proficient in a wide range of architectural styles, from French Neoclassical to California Spanish Revival. He serves on boards of numerous philanthropic organizations, including California Institute for the Arts (CAL Arts). Timothy is also a sought-after guest lecturer, having most recently served as a keynote speaker at the Pacific Design Center’s “Inside the Luxury Market” program.

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His work has been showcased in numerous publications and advertising campaigns. Here’s a partial list and some examples:


House & Garden, December 1992
House and Garden, June 1994
House and Garden, December 1994
House and Garden, March 1996
Los Angeles Magazine, November 1997
The Los Angeles Times, January 1999
New York, August 2000
Town and Country, September 2000
Architectural Digest, September 2000
Los Angeles Magazine, June 2001
Architectural Digest, July 2001
Architectural Digest, September 2001
Architectural Digest, February 2002
Architectural Digest, May 2002
Vanity Fair, May 2002
AD Italia, July 2002
Art and Antiques, September 2002
Architectural Digest, October 2002
Wallpaper, March 2003
Town and Country, September 2003
In Style HOME, November 2003
The Los Angeles Times, January 2004
France Magazine, June 2004
Architectural Digest, July 2004
Vogue, October 2004
Movieline’s Hollywood Life, November 2004
Architectural Digest, December 2004
Town & Country, April 2005
The International Herald Tribune, June 2005
Town and Country, July 2005
Angeleno, September 2005
Architectural Digest, September 2005
Architectural Digest, November 2005
Architectural Digest, February 2006

Four Days in LA - The Versace Pictures By Stephen Meisel
New American Living Rooms By Chris Casson Madden

Access Hollywood
British Broadcasting Corporation
E! Network
Entertainment Tonight
HGTV-Insider’s Report with Julie Moran

Brooks Brothers
David Yurman
Gianni Versace
Polo/Ralph Lauren
Victoria’s Secret
Watters & Watters

Resource:  Timothy Corrigan website:  timothy-corrigan.com

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