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100 Barclay | Interior Design by Timothy Godbold Design
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100 Barclay - Interior Design

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Art Deco tower One Hundred Barclay has gotten a touch of modernity with a model unit by acclaimed Australian designer Tim Godbold. He was inspired by the decadence of the 1980s and the graphic art of Keith Haring, and the vintage furnishings and contemporary accessories bring the era’s opulence to mind. However, the use of a simple color palette, rustic accents, and natural materials provides a balance and makes for a chic look. Graphic wall and ceiling accents echo geometric patterns found in the natural environment and lend a primitive edge to the space
The model unit’s spacious rooms, 10-foot ceilings, and custom-stained white oak flooring serve as a magnificent backdrop to Mr. Godbold’s designs.

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Tim Godbold first discovered his passion for design as he pored over the blueprints that his father, an architect, shared with him while he was growing up in Australia. As Tim grew older, his design interests expanded to include fashion, which he went on to study, enjoying a successful career in London, Sydney and New York designing for legends including Ralph Lauren. His own elegant collection was featured in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Elle.

With Timothy Godbold Interiors, Tim turns his design talents to residential living. His clean, modern style mixes vintage and contemporary pieces and is based in the beauty of natural elements and surfaces like wood and stone. Relaxed, sophisticated, comfortable and chic, his spaces are as easy to look at as they are to live in.

Design is a theme throughout Tim’s life today, from his book on the history of military style published recently by Phaidon, to the vintage Mercedes he drives around Sag Harbor, New York, to his international travels in search of vintage furniture and inspiring art and architecture.