Interior designer Rebecca Johnston has been serving the Los Angeles area since 2007. Her firm, RJohnston Interiors, draws inspiration from classical design elements and integrates them into modern spaces. The Mediterranean Los Angeles patio (photo above) is a prime example of this approach: it’s an eclectic, luxurious space fit for enjoyment in any season. Since her firm is located in Southern California, a big part of Johnston’s business is designing for outdoor living. Read on to get her thoughts on essential accents for outdoor spaces and how infrared patio heaters seem to keep homeowners more comfortable outdoors than traditional models.
Timberline Patio Covers are outdoor living experts, having been in the business since the early ‘90s. Originally founded as specialists in Undercover Systems, an under deck drainage product, the company has spent the past decades learning about outdoor spaces, discovering innovative outdoor living products and refining their design approach. In 2016, Timberline Patio Covers launched a division specifically dedicated to building outdoor kitchens, roof structures, decks, fireplaces, fire pits, and other exciting features.
Our next installment of Infratech Visionaries spotlights Miles Pritzkat and Keith Johnson from Pritzkat & Johnson Architects, who specialize in custom residential architecture for clients in the South Bay and Los Angeles areas.
Photo by Gabe Border
Ro | Rockett Design is an architecture and design collaborative based in both San Francisco and Los Angeles. The firm was co-founded in 2011 by architects Jason Ro and Zac Rockett and now boasts the skills of nine other talented architects and designers. Ro | Rockett specializes in designs that focus on the use of natural light and materials with character. The award-winning firm operates in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Aspen, and Jackson Hole.
In the first installment of our Infratech Visionaries series, we explore the designs of Aaron Neubert Architects – creators of unique and award-winning spaces including OZU Restaurant in Atwater Village and the Museum of Compassion in Louisville, Kentucky. Aaron Neubert, architect and principal of ANX, leads a distinguished team in developing residential, commercial and cultural projects around the world. Neubert’s work has received awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Academy of Design, Build Magazine and the Van Alen Prize in Public Architecture, to name just a few. He currently serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Southern California.