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PDC Spring 2020 Product News

Posted on March 12th, 2020

The showrooms at Pacific Design Center have some terrific product launches set for the spring season. Read below to learn more, and be sure to stop by PDC throughout the next few months to see these collections in person.

Browse the collection via this flyer, or read on for more information.

Armani/CASA, Suite G170
The new free-standing bookcase, “Olimpia”, is made of a rectangular wooden frame hosting three shelves. This structure is sustained – and lifted from the ground – by fivevertical tubular bars covered with leather, whose asymmetrical disposition gives movement to the entire piece. Stripes of metal, similar to ribbons, have the double function of carrying the shelves and giving more stability to the entire bookcase. Made in Italy. INCH 78,7X15,7X68,8 – Available in two material combinations: Canaletto Walnut ($51,000) and Hazelnut Oak ($52,500). armani.com/casa/us

Arte, Suite B684
Arte is pleased to introduce Moooi Tokyo Blue, a collection of five extraordinary wallcoverings incorporating a range of material inspiration, such as denim and marquetry, with Japan’s beautiful and versatile nature and ancient culture as common denominator. Standout designs include Rendezvous Tokyo Blue, depicting a lush forest brimming with life and movement, and Lucky O’s, overlapping semi-circles created of wood veneer marquetry inlay based on the ancient Seigaiha pattern symbolizing good luck, power, and resilience. arte-international.com/en

Baker Furniture/McGuire, Suite B525 
The new Barbara Barry Collection is inspired by Hawaiian and Scandinavian design sensibilities, celebrating the spirit of casual luxury. The color palettes, shapes and textures take cues from the harmony and calmness of nature. Quartered figured walnut plays a large role in the materiality story, and new finishes are introduced to bring in fresh, neutral tones, including Mica, Coconut, Almond, Mercury, Flint, Silverlake and Dusty Amethyst. mcguirefurniture.com/design-story/guest-designers/barbara-barry

Cooper Pacific, Suite G273
Cooper Pacific Kitchens is the preeminent source throughout California for all things La Cornue. We provide highly personalized solutions for your project whether it be custom colors and metals, or a full suite of integrated cabinetry with your La Cornue Range and Hood. Our experience with the brand gains you our 30 years of specifying and installation of this exquisite product in the finest estate homes. cooperpacific.com

Cowtan & Tout, Suite B647
Introducing a landmark collection of performance fabrics by legendary textile designer, Jack Lenor Larsen. This tight group of graphic patterned jacquards are Jack Larsen’s first foray into the world of indoor/outdoor performance fabrics, developed with Sunbrella® yarns and fiber technology. These sophisticated, decorative patterns take indoor/outdoor living to take the next level with a palette ranging from bright whites, to happy orange, chic indigos to neutral taupes and blacks. The color options are on point and easy to scheme. They are introduced in conjunction with a large range of plains and textures from Cowtan & Tout’s performance fabric collaboration with Sunbrella®. cowtan.com

David Sutherland, Suite B182
Perennials Fabrics and Rugs introduces a Spring 2020 collection that is sure to elicit rounds of applause – In the Mix. The collection of 100% solution-dyed acrylic fabrics and rugs features patterns and textures that provide movement and intrigue. With calming colorways and a soft hand, the spring collection debuts six fabric qualities and five colorways, along with four rugs that clients can “sync” their toes into. perennialsandsutherland.com

DEDON, Suite B188
SEALINE by Jean-Marie Massaud is a luxurious lounge collection with an easy-chic spirit. Designed to be elegant, comfortable and appropriate in any season or latitude, this compact system is equally at home on the terrace of an African lodge or the deck of a yacht in the Scandinavian fjords. SEALINE features a handcrafted teak frame, plush cushions and a backrest in a choice of maritime rope or extra-wide DEDON Fiber. The luxurious elements are easily combined with other DEDON styles, including Massaud’s award-winning SEAX collection and his iconic SEAYOU deck chairs, for an effortlessly eclectic look. dedon.de

Fabricut, Suite B470
Stroheim’s new Costa Bungalow collection is the embodiment of livable luxury. The coastal-inspired fabrics are a mélange of high-quality, breathable textiles. Crypton Home’s performance technology allows for nuanced yarns and muted colors that are also resistant to odors and stains. Experience the stillness of coastal living with the peace of mind that comes with performance fabric. Life is messy, but upholstery doesn’t have to be. fabricut.com

Edelman Leather, Suite G158
Every category of product has its classic version that never goes out of style, but sometimes that little black dress needs to make a statement. As good and reliable as it is, there are times when a little wow is in order. Check out our new colors that elevate the Edelman classics with a timely touch of wow factor. You’ll see that Dream Cow and Whole Grain can go anywhere — classics reimagined live at Edelman Leather. edelmanleather.com

Holly Hunt, Suite B377
Our new Cava Dining Table brings attention to its sculptural base, where the mysterious shape of space between its two halves produces infinite interesting angles to see through. With a superbly veneered top offered in three standard diameters, the Cava sits on a gently shaped, patinated bronze plate. Stop by Suite B377 to see all of our new products or visit www.hollyhunt.com/whatsnewfurniture

International Down & Linen, Suite B368
Introducing “Floreale” … luxe new silk and wool floral throw inspired by vivid crocus blossoms of the Aegean islands. Available in 3 dramatic color combinations to spice up any setting. internationaldownandlinen.com

JANUS et Cie, Suite B146/B193
Thoughtful details and a highly refined aesthetic define Rock Garden, a comprehensive dining and lounge collection by acclaimed Hong Kong designer André Fu for JANUS et Cie and inspired by traditional Japanese gardens. Through a combination of harmonious silhouettes and richly textured materials—solid premium teak, JANUSfiber, and Textured Alabama Ceramic tabletops—Rock Garden communicates tranquility and balance in any environment. janusetcie.com

Kneedler | Fauchère, Suite B600
What is beyond creativity? Kneedler Fauchère is excited to introduce Dougall Paulson to our Los Angeles showroom, an art and design studio known for blurring the boundary between sculpture, furniture, lighting, and textiles. Each creation is a story. Each story is of another world. We invite you to experience our latest addition. Launching March 2020. kneedlerfauchere.com

Lee Jofa/Kravet, Suite B690
Lee Jofa’s new collection Manor House, on display at the Kravet showroom in Suite B690, showcases a treasure trove of exclusive prints, weaves, embroideries and wallpapers. True to Lee Jofa’s legacy, many of the patterns in this collection are inspired by documents sourced from the archive. Manor House encapsulates the rich atmosphere of the English countryside with its heritage color combinations for a truly enchanting offering, featuring hues ranging from warm neutrals to soft aqua and dusty pink. kravet.com/lee-jofa

Maharam, Suite G152
New residential textile Roam is a highly textural surface noted for its density of felted boucle yarns. A specialty construction woven in Belgium, Roam combines wool and cellulosic fibers for subtle luster and lush tactility. Piece-dyed to amplify color saturation, Roam’s palette includes neutral tones and marigold. maharam.com

Martin | Patrick | Evan, Suite B457
Clarity and vision… That’s what Norm Wogan of Wogan Designs used liberally when working with Martin Patrick Evan to create this tranquil sanctuary that blends peace and possibility… Contemporary pales, featuring a custom “power grid” rug made of silken wools by Martin Patrick Evan, luxuriously connect indoor to outdoor. The vista is colorful and compelling… A beautifully designed space in which to plan future transformation! Visit Martin Patrick Evan…and bring your vision to life! martinpatrickevan.com

Michael Taylor Collections, Suite B504
Michael Taylor Collections welcomes Christopher Hyland Inc. and their sumptuous textiles to our Los Angeles showroom. michaeltaylorcollections.com

MIMI LONDON, Inc., Suite B396
Mimi London introduces our Madison Lounge and accompanying Madison Ottoman, designed by Mark Boone. Fabricated from reclaimed California Black Walnut, the design is a study in using organic materials in a clean, luxurious and architectural way, a specialty of our firm. Supremely comfortable, all of our designs are customizable. mimilondon.com

Osborne & Little, Suite B643
Hothouse and indoor plants provide inspiration for Osborne & Little’s new Summerhouse Indoor/Outdoor collection of printed and coordinating weaves. The fabrics are stain and mildew resistant and have excellent light fastness, making them suitable for outdoor use. osborneandlittle.com

Phillip Jeffries/HOLLY HUNT, Suite B619
The island of Bali, known for its artisan handicraft and relaxed attitude, was the inspiration for the newest collection, The Tropics. It delivers comfort and luxury through its interplay of luxe textures, modern patterns, and visual scale, paying homage to Bali’s bamboo architecture. Warm neutrals derived from the beaches of Kuta are accented by pops of orange found in the Coral Triangle and lush greens from Ubud’s rice paddies. phillipjeffries.com

Pindler, Suite B433
The new Exclusive Pendleton Collection introduction continues the story of those who walked the land before us, a sunset painting in a colorful palette, and the mountain range creating texture underhand. The collection – whose story unfolds across the plains of American history – is now available to the trade through Pindler. Our Exclusive Pendleton Collection was born from the idea of bringing two heritage brands together, combining Pendleton Woolen Mills’ authentic and distinct aesthetic, with the enduring performance qualities of Sunbrella fabrics – easy care, fade proof, and bleach cleanable. pindler.com

Quintus, Suite B519
Abnormals Anonymous launches Secret Garden, part of their Odyssey Collection. We have all imagined a secret garden, but what about a REAL Secret Garden? Deep in the mountains of Idaho where their co-founder Paco was born is a secret place called Charlie’s Garden. A sanctuary so hidden on the edge of Payette Lake that many who live there have no idea it exists. Wandering aimlessly through this magical place feels like entering another world. Secret Garden, a larger than life floral, brings to life this hidden place. Offered in 4 bold colorways. Customization always welcome. quintushome.com

Raoul Textiles, Suite G160
Raoul Textiles is thrilled to announce the much anticipated launch of a new line of wallpaper. Raoul Wallpaper is printed by hand in Santa Barbara on Japanese pulp paper and features brand new designs as well as patterns drawn from the textile collection. Shown here is Sylla, based on traditional Ethiopian neck rests. Stop by the Raoul Textile Library at Suite G160 for samples. raoultextiles.com

Samuel & Sons, Suite B609
New for Spring, Samuel & Sons presents Nocturne, a celestial collection of embroidered, laser cut, hand beaded and applique borders emerged from the artistic collaboration of the Samuel & Sons Design Studio and a group of distinctive artisans. Intrigued by the landscape of the night sky, the Samuel & Sons Design Studio set out to explore unique materials reminiscent of otherworldly luminosity. Those with reflective surfaces, such as metal yarns and beads, allowed us to create patterns inspired by the radiance of constellations. samuelandsons.com/en

Schumacher, Suite B489
Looking to spark your creativity? Schumacher’s brand new Library of Printed Fabrics is a complete compendium of our prints portfolio. Divided into easy-to-shop categories and packed with more than 500 patterns and inspiring images, it’s a must-have for every designer’s library. Stop by the showroom at Suite B-523 to pick up your copy, shop our latest and greatest collections and enjoy some light bites and refreshments. fschumacher.com

Scott Group Studio, Suite B613
The Billy Cotton Collection is a curated story of an exceptional collaboration between Industrial Furniture Designer Billy Cotton, and the Scott Group Studio design team. It’s a journey of translating Billy’s vision of inspiration, traditional-meets-contemporary, unique materiality and play all into a bespoke rug story. scottgroupstudio.com

Summit Furniture, Suite B135 
Visit the Summit showroom to see the Arc Collection, their debut collaboration with Winch Design. Arc is a contemporary beach club influenced collection inspired by the sea and the sky. summitfurniture.com

Thibaut, Suite B684
Inside Out Performance Fabrics(R) is an all-in-one-performance fabric that marries both style and function. Made with stain-resistant and fluorine-free technology, these fabrics are durable enough for indoor use, easy to clean, and able to withstand the elements when used both inside and outside. The Festival collection features playful stripes and scallops, a botanical cactus pattern, abstract geometrics, and a versatile solid woven texture with a supporting color line. Thibaut’s Inside Out Performance Fabrics are ideal for family-friendly living. All patterns are exclusive to Thibaut and meet standards for Heavy Duty upholstery and exceed 50,000 rubs. thibautdesign.com

Thomas Lavin, Suites 309/B310
Thomas Lavin is pleased to share their 20th anniversary celebration with Kevin Kolanowski and his Fuse Lighting who are also marking two decades in design this year. Stop in to see the new collection from Fuse, featuring sconces, pendants, and table lamps, all manufactured here in Los Angeles. Including the striking Tangier Sconce shown here, made with patinated steel, olive glass and mink leather. thomaslavin.com


Posted on March 12th, 2020



March 12, 2020

Due to the increased concerns over COVID-19 and the steadily increasing urgency of the emergency, the Pacific Design Center has decided to cancel its March 18-19 WESTWEEK event. We believe this decision is in the best interest of our tenants, staff, clients, guests, and the design industry as a whole.

We are looking forward to the September Fall market and will keep the design community apprised of any additional events that are added to the calendar before then.

In the meantime, the Pacific Design Center remains open and is conducting business as usual — we invite you to visit and see what’s new this season from our renowned showrooms.

For a glimpse at some of the latest product and collection launches, click here.

If you have any questions regarding WESTWEEK or otherwise, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at marketing@pacificdesigncenter.com.

Sincerest & healthy regards –

A Parisian Promenade at PDC

Posted on January 15th, 2018

The City of Light may conjure visions of strolling enchanted cobblestone boulevards, dappled and glistening wet from the mist of winter raindrops but in Los Angeles, where the day was doused with a less-than-magical downpour, designers braved the elements to hear from top industry experts presenting Paris Preview: The Insider’s Guide to Maison & Objet and Déco Off, launching Pacific Design Center’s 2018 DESIGN INSIDE|OUT lecture series.

Read more at Go Design Go.

Design Inside Out: Paris Preview

Posted on January 9th, 2018

No other city can inspire style, creativity and innovation quite like Paris. Not to mention its certain joie de vivre that provides an incomparable destination to celebrate design across all disciplines.

PDC invites you to preview the City of Lights in the City of Angels through an esteemed group of Paris-Pro panelists. Join Erika Heet, Editor in Chief of Interiors magazine; Timothy Corrigan, one of the world’s leading interior designers with offices in both L.A. and Paris; Paris native and interior designer Emma Deroche; and Rocky Lafleur, a central fixture in the interior design field and associate at Kneedler|Fauchère in the PDC.

Read more at Go Design Go.

CinemaTech Shares the Fundamentals of Designing Home Theaters

Posted on May 23rd, 2017

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.”

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Peter Shire: Naked Is the Best Disguise

Posted on May 3rd, 2017

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

Posted on May 1st, 2017

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.

Five New, Must-Visit PDC Showrooms

Posted on April 28th, 2017

PDC has recently welcomed five international showrooms in the furniture, fabric, wallcoverings, theater and accessory categories. These new showrooms include brands transitioning from a retail to a design center presence, as well as those marking their West Coast debut.

“The addition of these premier new showrooms from around the world strengthens our position as the global, go-to design resource in Los Angeles,” says Charles S. Cohen, owner and president of the Cohen Design Centers. “The commitment of these brands to PDC underlines our dedication in advancing the commerce of design by providing the highest caliber of quality, style and sophistication to the West Coast home furnishings market. We’re so pleased our new partners have chosen Pacific Design Center as their new home.”

Read more at Go Design Go.

PDC Celebrates Stars of Design and Stars on the Rise

Posted on April 17th, 2017

The accomplishments of Southern California’s most prolific design talents were recognized on March 22 at the PDC’s 2017 Stars of Design and Stars on the Rise Awards ceremony. Charles S. Cohen, president and owner of the Cohen Design Centers, commemorated a hand-selected group of individuals for their valued contributions to the industry. Four designers from three firms were dubbed the 2017 Stars on the Rise. They stood out for making a name for themselves over the past year. Here, three of these honorees share why this honor is so exciting for their careers…

Read more at Go Design Go.

Michelle Nussbaumer and Hutton Wilkinson Talk Maximalism, Tony Duquette and Publishing Endeavors

Posted on April 7th, 2017

WESTWEEK 2017 at the PDC ended on a highly entertaining note as Architectural Digest West Coast editor Mayer Rus moderated a dialogue (scratch that—a hilarious interaction) between designers and friends Dallas-based Michelle Nussbaumer and Beverly Hills–based Hutton Wilkinson, which covered their mutual admiration for the renowned Tony Duquette, their most recent personal endeavors (including two very popular books), and plenty more.

Read more at Go Design Go.