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Tim Campbell’s Modern Interpretation

Tim Campbell’s Modern Interpretation

PHOTOGRAPHY BY KARYN R. MILLET

“It has a quiet elegance,” designer Tim Campbell says of the 1942 Georgian-style Beverly Hills house he recently updated for a young family. “The trick was to modernize the functionality while maintaining the gracious feel of the house’s original period.” Campbell, known for historic renovations he has carried out on houses by architects Richard Neutra, Luis Barragán and Frank Lloyd Wright, was suggested for the project by interior designer Cari Berg. “We’d worked together before, and I have tremendous respect for what Tim does,” says Berg. Builder Gordon Rattigan and landscape designer Bridget Hedison completed the dream team. “It was a true meeting of the minds,” says Campbell. “We were all immediately in sync.”

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Posted by Darlene on 1/1/2014 11:07:00 AM

Love this look. Its not over done. You can sit and relax without being over whelmed by junk and clutter.