Winick Architects is the architecture firm founded by Barry Winick in Santa Barbara. The firm provides services for all phases of professional practice from conceptual design through construction observation to develop a unique architectural identity for cultural, corporate, commercial, hotel and private residential clients. A unique quality of the firm’s work has been the seamless integration of interior décor with the architecture and the surrounding environment.

Barry Winick, the firm principal is a registered architect in California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Georgia. He has traveled extensively designing projects in the United States, Europe, and Asia. While based for a year in Rome, he studied the art and architectural history of the villas of Latium and Tuscany. He was awarded both a Bachelors of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1984.


          City of Santa Barbara Historic Landmark Commission

          AIASB Board of Directors

          Westmont Arts Council

          Museum Advisory Board of Westmont College

          Waldorf School of Santa Barbara

          Liason to Visual Art in Public Places


           AIA Santa Barbara 2016 Merit Award - Louis Vuitton Hilton Hawaiian

 AIA Santa Barbara 2015 Merit Award - Louis Vuitton Ala Moana

 AIA 2001 - Chanel Osaka

 Santa Barbara Beautiful Awards, 2009

 Santa Barbara Beautiful Awards, 2008


Chanel Robertson, California

          National Chapter AIA Award, 2010

          Architectural Record – June     

Coral Casino Private Beach Club and Spa, 2009

          Santa Barbara Beautiful Annual Awards

Chanel Beverly Hills, California, 2008

          Architectural Commission of the City of Beverly Hills – Excellence in Design Award

          House & Garden, December 2007 - Publication

Four Seasons Biltmore Spa & Rose Garden, 2005

          Santa Barbara Beautiful Annual Awards

          Western Interiors and Design 2006 - Publication

Louis Vuitton Beverly Hills, California, 2002

          Architectural Commission of the City of Beverly Hills – Excellence in Design Award

Chanel Osaka, Japan, 2001

          New York Chapter AIA Award for Excellence in Design Architecture + Urbanism - Publication

American Craft Museum, 1998

          Design Competition Winner for Expansion

Donna Karan Collection London, England, 1997

          The Architectural Review - Publication

DKNY, London England, 1996

          Interior Design Magazine - Publication

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