Timothy Corrigan

Timothy Corrigan is a member of the AD 100, Architectural Digest’s top interior designers and architects. With a client list that ranges from European royalty to Hollywood’s biggest stars, Mr. Corrigan is known for his ability to create elegant spaces that are equally comfortable and have an environmental consciousness. Timothy Corrigan has offices in Los Angeles and Paris.

Showcased in some of the world’s most extraordinary properties, Timothy Corrigan’s distinctive flair for interior design, architecture and restoration led to his commission to design the Architectural Digest Greenroom at the 2007 Primetime Emmy® Awards. The path to this acclaim 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 antiques. 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 luster.

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 paneled 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 Timothy Corrigan, Inc. At the core of this success has been Timothy’s signature style of understanding the integrity and history of each home. In all his work, he strives for casual elegance, where living with style and grace does not mean a compromise in comfort, value or environmental friendliness.

Today, Timothy Corrigan is recognized as an expert in antiques, 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 (CALArts). 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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