Sharing Ink With One Of The Masters

By July 24, 2014Blog
The Los Angeles Times recently wrote a feature story to celebrate what would have been the 120th birthday of ground-breaking architect Paul Revere Williams (click here to read the article). In the words of the Times:
“If you don’t recognize the name, you know the work: The spider-like LAX Theme Building, Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills and significant parts of the Beverly Hills Hotel, including the Polo Lounge, are but a few of the 3,000 buildings Williams produced in his prolific 50-year career.”
Scott Thomas Interior Design is currently renovating a 5-bedroom, 6-bath cottage-style Paul Williams-built home which stretches 4,428 square feet.

 I am thrilled to have been interviewed for this insightful story, and that the Williams-built, Hancock Park project that I have been working on since last fall was chosen to be one of the featured homes in this piece!
Whether you are familiar with Williams’ work or if this is the first time that you have ever read his name, I encourage you to read this story about one of LA’s most important creative personalities. As an African-American professional who was working in a pre-Civil Rights Era America, his story is one of artistry, resolve, and triumph.
“I approach every home – whether a sprawling mansion or a one-bedroom condo – with the same intension: make my client ecstatically happy and create a fantastic design.”
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