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Archive for May, 2017

CinemaTech Shares the Fundamentals of Designing Home Theaters

CinemaTech, the leader in home theater seating, acoustics, design and custom sofas, recently opened the doors to its new West Coast location with a Pacific Design Center showroom. Reflecting on their new home at PDC, CinemaTech’s Vice President, Matt Denton, acknowledges, “We work with designers, integrators, architects, builders and clients. As these trade professionals and their customers shop the PDC for a variety of high-end home products, taking a showroom was the logical choice for us to access this critical market with a centralized design center presence.”


Peter Shire: Naked Is the Best Disguise

Ceramic collections make classic decorative pieces. If you’re on the hunt for quality artisan goods, the new exhibit by artist Peter Shire at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in California’s Pacific Design Center will raise the standard of your home ceramics collection. On view through July, “Peter Shire: Naked Is the Best Disguise” surveys the Los Angeles–based artist’s design work, including ceramics, furniture and works on paper dating back to the 1970s.

Enjoy a digital tour Go Design Go.

A Look Back at the 2017 Wattles Mansion Showcase

As spring began, so did the 2017 Wattles Mansion Showcase. The Los Angeles mansion and its 47-acre property—originally built in 1908 as a winter home for prominent financier Gurdon Wattles and his family—was transformed into a showhouse for the first time last year. This year, the designer showcase returned, and will remain open through April 16, displaying the likes of 16 designers and design duos. We spoke to the creative forces behind five of the showhouse’s beautiful vignettes to hear about the inspiration and product choices that drove their design process.

Read more at Go Design Go.