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Until 1998 Timothy Corrigan was an executive at one of the worlds’ largest advertising agencies, who, while based in Paris and later in New York, liked to fix up places in his spare time. After his Paris apartment was featured in House & Garden, friends and acquaintances began asking him to redo their homes. He eventually decided to follow his passion, and quit a successful career in advertising in order to launch his own design firm.

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Photo credits: Architectural Digest & Nicole LaMotte

Corrigan’s timeless philosophy combines European elegance with California comfort. He has built a clientele of A-listers from European and Middle Eastern royalty to Hollywood celebrities, and corporate leaders. His firm has completed projects ranging from a new-construction 40,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home in the Middle East, the complete renovation of a 7,500-square-foot Georgian townhouse in London, to the interior design of a 5,000 square-foot penthouse in Chicago.

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Timothy loves neoclassical art and owns a number of impressive antiques (including a cabinet once owned by Catherine the Great), but he’s also a fan of cozy down-filled armchairs meant for sprawling. His work is full of strong geometric shapes, inviting upholstered furniture, muscular neoclassical art and objects, and eye-catching colors and finishes. For Timothy comfort is more than just how something feels, it is also a state of mind, the assurance that you can really be yourself in a space and do as you please, like put your feet up on a coffee table or set down a glass without worrying about leaving a water mark.  While his furniture has to be comfortable, the use of scale and flow in a room are equally important.

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Photo credits: Architectural Digest & Nicole LaMotte

Corrigan has been named to multiple top designer lists, including the AD100: World’s Top Interior Designers and Architects, and he is the first American designer honored by the French Heritage Society for his restoration work of several landmark buildings in France.

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Timothy has designed fabrics, trims, furniture and floor covering for Schumacher and Patterson, Flynn & Martin, as well as two tabletop collections for Royal Limoges – The Blue Star Collection and the Jardin Français Collection. He recently debuted his collection of plumbing fixtures for THG-Paris and wallpaper for Fromental. His collection of passementerie for Samuel & Sons and furniture for French heritage company Moissonnier are coming next.

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His first book, “An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé”, published by Rizzoli, is a must see that highlights his design philosophy and details the restoration and decoration that lit the glorious 18th century landmark. He is working on his next book which will be published by Rizzoli in Fall 2019.

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