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"With almost 100 showrooms to date and 2,200+ interior product lines, the eclectic combination of PDC's curated selections continues to expand and lead the interior design trade with exciting new offerings."
Still celebrating their 40 year anniversary, the Pacific Design Center has announced several new luxury brands to expand their already impressive showroom collection.
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Thrilled to welcome Xavier Veilhan''s hypnotizing "Mobile No. 3 (Music)" to the Blue Building.
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"Bloom—a collection of 14 textile designs printed on Belgian linen—is inspired by Moroccan patterns, flora and fairy tales."
Jumping timelines and cultures, Nomi's latest Indoor collection, Bloom, is inspired by and reimagined from the eponymous founder's personal portfolio of designs and through her continued interest in botanicals and decorative arts from around the world. Bloom—a collection of 14 textile designs ...
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Mesmerizing and sophisticated patterns at every turn, Atelier Lapchi Los Angeles certainly blurs the lines between #art and #decoration.
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Wanderlust is extremely or abundantly evident in Beacon Hill’s new collection Maraveilha, which directly translates from Portuguese to “wonder.” 
Wanderlust is extremely or abundantly evident in Beacon Hill's new collection Maraveilha, which directly translates from Portuguese to “wonder.” The streets of Rio, the Brazilian modernist architecture of Oscar Niemeyer and the country's coastal shores inspire the designs.
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“My favorite features are often homes that belong to designers and architects themselves,” shared Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Margaret Russell, who moderated the panel. “Creative people usually use their own homes as laboratories, testing new products, tinkering with unusual materials experimenting with color palettes, fabric patterns and textures and refining floor plans. So many great talents’ first published projects were simply what they finished first: their own homes.”
As part of this season's WESTWEEK, designer powerhouses Alexa Hampton and Michael S. Smith spoke about their own recent home renovations—the very same projects featured in the April issue of Architectural Digest. “My favorite features are often homes that belong to designers and architects ...
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Don't miss Grant Kirkpatrick from Kirkpatrick Architects alongside an elite group of trade professionals during tomorrow's DESIGN INSIDE-OUT lecture...
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The sophisticated ‪#‎geometric‬ elegance of the Reagan Hayes Louis Table in onyx stain, aged brass, and gunmetal.
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"The main inspiration behind the collection is this evolution of the way people live and my own evolution."
Laura Kirar has crafted an aesthetic that's contemporary and draws inspiration from various cultures using timeless forms and sculptural works of art. The distinct look shines through in 30 new furniture pieces she designed for Baker. “The main inspiration behind the collection is this evolution ...
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Never cease to be amazed by the timeless elegance of the Holly Hunt showroom.
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"The “Design In The Digital Age” panel brought an endless amount of great takeaways to the attendees on how they too can build their own brands’ online presence through the use of a few key tips."
On March 25, 2015, as part of the annual WestWeek Spring Market event at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California Home + Design's Editor-at-Large Jennifer Mehditash moderated a panel of greats to a full house of designers and bloggers in the Crestron showroom.
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"Things are changing. There’s a constant communication that’s happening online.”
Having a strong online identity has become more important than ever for the design industry. Some designers even started their business first on blogs or social media. During WESTWEEK, two panels addressed this phenomenon: “Design in the Digital Age” at Crestron and “Using Social Media to Grow ...
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8687 Melrose AvenueUSCaliforniaWest Hollywood90069
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"The Blue building is where the designers can be found."
"High-end rugs, furniture, kitchen remodeling, home decor."
"...for various companies similar to the ones who are in the Green building."
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alice chung
3 months ago
Disclaimer: I work in this building but do not work FOR the building - get it? The building itself is magnificent and easily can be taken for granted when clocking in and out of this place every day for several years on end. I often don't realize how "cool' the place is or how lucky I am to be able to access this building on a daily basis and be a part of its community. The fountain area on San Vicente is a famous and popular area often used to host exclusive Hollywood industry parties, production location, and various other types of events. We're talking HBO, Oscars, BMW and all kinds of brands/companies who transform the area into an unbelievable venue for their events. Right outside in the courtyard of the building is one of three MOCA museums. This one is FREE every day and always has a rotating artist being featured. The building is fascinating because of the architecture but also very confusing to outsiders because all they see from the are three parts - green, blue and red. These are different buildings that houses different companies. The Green building is pretty much all offices and various retail, advertising, PR, and marketing companies take up much of the space here. The Blue building is where the designers can be found. High-end rugs, furniture, kitchen remodeling, home decor... you name it, they have it. But price tags are extremely high so us employees often can only afford to stare at the pieces rather than buy anything. The Red building is barely finishing up last touches of its many years of construction. We suspect they may be having problems trying to rent the space out but it looks like more offices for various companies similar to the ones who are in the Green building. The parking lot looks finished but still not a lot of traffic going on there. Just some speculation here..... The building is well secured and seems to have a 24-hour security. It's conveniently located right across the street from the amazing West Hollywood library and West Hollywood Park. Great places to hang out at during lunch time!
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JRochelle Geter
3 years ago
It was a little hard to find because it's not inside the blue building. It is in a building in the courtyard. I saw the Rudi Gernreich &Peggy Moffitt exhibit which included the short fashion film and the iconic topless swimsuit. It was a well curated collection capturing an exciting moment in fashion history.
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iara cruz
2 years ago
POR FAVOR ENTREGUEM AS CARTAS QUE MANDEI PARA A ATRIZ JENNIFER BEALS PARA O PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER, ENDEREÇO DE LOS ANGELES. OBRIGADA. IARA CRUZ XAVIER VIRTUOSO. BRASIL. RIO DE JANEIRO.
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Fleur Pardoel
5 months ago
Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Hello and happy new year! Just wondering if there was a specific reason for your review? Please let us know if there's anything we can do to address any problems or concerns that you might have.
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Carina Windsor
a year ago
This is a huge design center with fantastic resources for our industry. You need to know the locations of the showrooms, cafes-restaurants before you venture there. It helps save your time when y9ou map out your destinations of the showrooms first, then go for it!
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杨帆
4 months ago
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