Jane Hallworth pulled inspiration from famed horror film director Alfred Hitchcock for her window design at Fuller + Roberts Co. for the La Cienega Design Quarter’s annual Legends event. The theme of #LEGENDS2013 was Time Capsule: The Past, Present and Future of Design.
Hallworth is known for her unique, deeply personal interiors. Over the past decade she has quietly created homes for Hollywood’s elite. In 2012, The Hollywood Reporter named Hallworth as one of the “25 Most Influential Interior Designers in L.A.” As a trendsetter among tastemakers, Hallworth’s unmistakable style has garnered a following that has ultimately led to the launch of her first product line which debuted at Blackman Cruz in May 2013.
Hallworth’s message in her window:
Time to Stop
Time to Change
Time to Reflect
Time to Question
Time to Speak up
Time to Disarm
TIME TO DEMAND ALL OF THE ABOVE
Fuller + Roberts Co. is a curated gallery featuring important furniture, lighting, photography, and artwork from the 20th century – including William Haines and Frances Elkins. Fuller is an Emmy-nominated writer and producer whose projects include the critically acclaimed television series PUSHING DAISIES, WONDERFALLS, and DEAD LIKE ME. Roberts is an Emmy-nominated art director and interior decorator. His most recent design project was the Farrah Fawcett Foundation headquarters in Beverly Hills.
Jane Hallworth at Blackman Cruz, May 23rd, 2013: “Mace” glass and brass chandelier
For further information about Jane Hallworth, visit www.hallworth.us.
Fuller + Roberts Co. is located at 729 N. La Cienega Blvd., visit www.fullerroberts.com.
For further information about the La Cienega Design Quarter’s LEGENDS event, visit www.lcdqla.com/legends-2013.