ICAA Southern California held its 4th Annual Legacy Dinner honoring internationally recognized interior designer Timothy Corrigan on October 18 at the historic California Club. It was a fabulous event with over 275 guests.
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Proceeds will benefit the ICAA Southern California Chapter’s mission to advance the practice and appreciation of classical architecture art through its educational and scholarship initiatives. These include scholarships for an educational studio intensive and summer studio program at the ICAA’s National headquarters in New York City, the Christopher H. Browne Paris and Rome Drawing Tours, as well as an arts-in-education program designed to expose middle school students from the Girls Academic Leadership Academy public school to classical architecture.
Timothy Corrigan is considered one of the leading interior designers in the world. With offices in Los Angeles and Paris, his firm has completed projects in Europe, the Middle East and across the United States. His work has been featured in over 1,000 publications, and 25 countries. Timothy has been honored by design centers around the world, and has been named to multiple top designer lists, including the Design Icon Award, Elle Decor A-List, the AD100, Star of Design, Robb Report’s Top 40 Designers in the World, and the Luxe Gold List. He was the first American designer honored by the French Heritage Society for his restoration of several national landmarks in France. Timothy has designed successful licensed collections with several partners, including Schumacher, Royal Limoges, THG-Paris, and Fromental, with upcoming collections for Samuel & Sons and Perennials. Timothy’s first design book chronicles the restoration of his chateau in France, and his second will feature his projects around the world; both published by Rizzoli.
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This event was made possible by the generous support from our Donor's Circle:
Wade Weissmann Architecture
BAM Luxury Audio Video Cinema
Bruder Construction Inc.
Bulley & Andrews
Millworks By Design
Richard & Suzanne Kayne Charitable Fund
Riehl Construction Consulting, LLC
STARK & Scalamandré
Anna Hoffman Landscape Architecture
Michael and Janice Barker
The Reverend Michael & Mrs. Tine Corrigan
DD Ford Construction
Escrow of The West
Evens Architects/KAA Design Group
Cece and Bill Feiler
Leah & Sam Fischer
Mr. & Mrs. R. Scott Gemmill & Lesley Leason
Patricia Benner Landscape Design
Richard Holz, Inc.
Rose Tarlow Melrose House
Samuel & Sons
David Schwartz Foundation, Inc. and John S. Schwartz
Soli Architectural Surfaces