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Architect Tim Barber Creates a Vision of Utopia in
Renaissance Design window

Posted: May 22, 2013 | by LCDQ | Comments (0)
Tim Barber windowRenaissance Design Studio window designed by Tim Barber for #LEGENDS2013

A paean to Franklin D. Roosevelt, architect Tim Barber’s mise en scene at Renaissance Design Studio for Legends 2013   “celebrates learning from our past and making wise choices for our future.”

Barber is an LA architect known for custom residences and renovations in vernacular architectural styles. Characterized by authentic details, responsible materials and the inventive use of natural light, Barber’s architecture, lighting and furnishings all integrate handcrafted, durable construction with cutting-edge, sustainable technology. One of his firm’s latest projects is a Shingle Style LEED Gold new home.  Auteur Furnishings, Barber’s line of furniture and lighting, features FSC-certified wood, zero VOC finishes and compostable fabrics.

A quote from the architect on this year’s #LEGENDS2013 theme, Time Capsule: The Past, Present and Future of Design:

“History repeats itself – and lessons we don’t learn, we are destined to repeat. I put a favorite quotation from Franklin D. Roosevelt on the window because it was meaningful in the 1930’s – and is even more relevant today. My time capsule celebrates learning from our past and making wise choices for our future.”

Renaissance Design Studio offers high-end decorative hardware, plumbing fixtures, millwork, custom staircases, handcrafted doors and plumbing fixtures.  Some of the bathroom fixture lines represented are THG, Kallista, Sherle Wagner, Dornbracht, Barber Wilson, Fantini, Samuel Heath, Villeroy & Boch, Herbeau, Lefroy Brooks and Horus.  Clients can expect to find one of the most comprehensive collections of architectural hardware in the world, including Bronzes de France, Sun Valley Bronze, Baltica, Frank Allart, Hardware Renaissance, Edgar Berebi, Valli & Valli, Fersa and Turnstyle.

The renowned luxury lighting firm in Paris, Bagues, whose chandeliers have graced palaces and some of the most world’s most glamorous hotels and private residences, is represented by Renaissance.

Renaissance counts among its clients: Marc Appleton,  Landry Design Group, KAA, Richard Manion  Architecture, Rios Clemente Hale, Hendrix Allardyce, Waldo Designs, Madeline Stuart, Donna Livingston, Kerry Joyce and Melinda Ritz.

Window Credits:

Auteur Furnishings: Rosemary chair, Leland desk and Howard chest
Dispela Antiques: sconces
The Flemming Group: upholstery
Jeff’s Antiques: accessories
Joel Krajewski
Juan Barrera: custom paint and finishing
June Art Gallery: bath painting
Kathleen Dunne: mantel painting
Lester Carpet Company: two elliptical carpets
Liz’s Antique Hardware: lighting and hardware
New Century Iron Artisans, Inc.: fire screen
Patrick Tennant, PKT Design: Design, books and accessories
Rejuvenation Lighting & Hardware: brass desk lamp
Renaissance Design Studio: backdrop, finish carpentry, doors and mantel
Sherwin Williams: interior paint

For further information about Tim Barber Ltd., visit www.timbarberltd.com.

Renaissance Design Studio is located at 972 N. La Cienega Blvd., visit www.renaissancemolding.com.

For further information about the La Cienega Design Quarter’s Legends event, visit http://lcdqla.com/legends-2013/.

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