portrait of Timothy Joslin
photograph by David Arenas

Timothy Joslin AIA approaches each project as a unique opportunity to create the most appropriate and beautiful design possible. Client goals and objectives are met through a journey of collaboration. An adept and versatile designer, Joslin's passion for highly resolved design ranges from custom hardware to historically accurate and sensitive restorations to new construction. Well versed in the history of architecture, he is comfortable working in a variety of styles with emphasis placed on context, scale and proportion. This, along with a keen eye and an exceptional attention to detail, manifests projects of the highest caliber that are thoughtful, refined and elegant.

 

Joslin studied architecture as an undergraduate at Princeton University, where he graduated Cum Laude, and received his Masters in Architecture from Yale University. The first ten years of his career he worked for Alan Wanzenberg, Architect and Jed Johnson & Associates. Eventually he was recruited to lead interior designer Greg Jordan's architectural department and later worked for David Kleinberg, Alex Antonelli and Tim Barber. Published work from this period appears in the November 1997, January 2005 and July 2005 issues of Architectural Digest , the September 1996 issue of House & Garden as well as three projects in the monograph Jed Johnson: Opulent Restraint Interiors.

In October 2005 Joslin started his own practice and has collaborated with many leading interior designers including Denise Kuriger and Peter Dunham. Published work appears in the February 2010, April 2011 and May 2014 issues of House Beautiful and the April 2020 issue of Veranda. In addition, a residential collaboration with interior designer Madeline Stuart was awarded the Year 2012 City of Beverly Hills Design Award as an example of preeminent design. 

 

 Joslin is a registered architect in the states of New York and California, is a member of the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is a member of the Southern California Chapter of the Institute for Traditional Architecture and Art and is accredited by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. In addition to the Los Angeles area, his practice encompasses projects in Colorado, New York, Bedford Hills, Newport Beach, Santa Barbara and Rancho Santa Fe. 

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