Dan Baer

Dan Baer

Los Angeles, CA, US



Specialization in Interior Design/Architecture.

Practice encompasses new construction, renovations, design-build.



Baer Interiors, Los Angeles, CA, US, Owner, Principal

Dec 2015 - current

Timothy Corrigan, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, US, Sr. Designer

Jan 2016 - Aug 2016

Kathryn Ireland Textiles & Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Sr. Designer

Jan 2015 - Jan 2016

Kenneth Brown Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Junior Designer

Feb 2012 - Jan 2015

Stafford Tile & Stone, New Orleans, LA, US, Designer

Sep 2010 - Mar 2012

Architectnix, Baton Rouge, LA, US, Architecural Intern

Aug 2009 - Feb 2010

Interior Design Associates, Baton Rouge, LA, US, Design Intern

May 2008 - Sep 2008


Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, US, Interior Design

LSU Department of Interior Design is a nationally recognized CIDA accredited program focusing on commercial environments and interior architecture.

Additional curricula include:
--Anthropology/Architecture study of Louisiana Creole Vernacular (Jay Edwards)
--3D Animation & Modeling (Autodesk Maya & 3Ds Max)
--Construction Management

--ISPO Retail Design Competition (2008)
--IDEC Design Charette (2006/2007/2008/2009)
--ASID Student Competition (2008; 1st & 2nd Place)
--Exhibition of Work: 3D/Digital (2008: ASID Interiors, New Orleans)

Sep 2005 - Sep 2010


LSU Digital Media Fest | "Film & Video" Finalist, Other

Finalist in the Film & Video category for short "Pre Frontal Cortex" which explores a literal and figurative idea of space though the lens of a family.


Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation, Award

The LA Trust of Historic Preservation recognized our excellence, in cooperation with Main Street America, in post-Katrina New Orleans.

The scope of our work for the Oak Street corridor utilized Main Street's four point approach: Economic Vitality, Design, Promotion, and Organization.

Our initial work comprised of establishing a framework of identity predicated by our surveys of existing conditions, collecting oral histories, historical building records and research utilizing Sanborn maps, archived periodicals, the inventory of building materials/methods and establishing Oak Street's significance and importance in New Orleans history.

This framework was then translated into an overall streetscape design guide. Our work continued thereafter with owner-building specific recommendations that would help guide the community preserve, rehabilitate, and restore the area in wake of hurricane Katrina. Additionally we provided reconstruction projects that would welcome additional economic opportunities to the neighborhood.

Oak Street is now a burgeoning uptown neighborhood flowing with activity to the numerous businesses and culture it embodies.


Areas of Specialization