Lecture by Timothy Whealon

Timothy Whealon

Interior designer Timothy Whealon is beloved for his accessible style, his seamless blend of classic and modern influences, and his skillful use of artwork and antiques.

"Classicism Revisited: Mixing Art & Antiques in 21st Century Interiors"
Friday, April 15, 2016
1 p.m.

Lecture and booksigning
Alsdorf Auditorium, Regenstein Center

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Interior designer Timothy Whealon is beloved for his accessible style, his seamless blend of classic and modern influences, and his skillful use of artwork and antiques, all thanks to an extensive knowledge of fine and decorative arts as well as his training at Sotheby’s. With a European’s reverence for history, a New Yorker’s need to stay on the cutting edge, and a midwesterner’s sense of practicality, Whealon strives to create rooms that have a sense of harmony and comfort. In Pursuit of Beauty is the first book to showcase Whealon’s interiors. Whether urban or rural, grand or intimate, each project exhibits classicism alongside comfort, careful attention to detail, and undeniable appeal.