Founded by Karen and Guy Vidal in 2000, Vidal Design Collaborative creates beautiful and functional spaces for living, working and leisure. Its work includes additions, interior design, landscape design and hospitality projects.
The practice has been fundamental in helping to establish the aesthetic now synonymous with the Eastside of LA – born out of influences in mid-century design, eastern traditions, textile design, cement tiling, stone and timber work.
Vidal Design Collaborative’s creative spirit has evolved from a desire to retain the authentic architecture of the neighborhoods they love. With this end, and working alongside its team, the studio has delivered more than 200 projects across Los Angeles.
The studio spent the better part of 2012 immersed in research, redesign and restoration of Case Study House #10 in Pasadena, California. Built in 1947 and included on the National Register of Historic Places, the home was designed by father-and-son duo Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland Jr. and included in the influential Case Study Program.
The studio continues to evolve and explore new design opportunities. In 2014 the studio launched a range of cement tiles and most recently a range of wall hangings influenced by found materials.
Vidal Design Collaborative’s interior design work and products have been published in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Dwell, Real Simple, and more.