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CELEBRATE THE INNOVATION AND DIVERSITY OF DESIGN ACROSS THE GLOBE Experience a wealth of new product introductions, showroom programs and open house receptions during Fall Market 2015. Join PDC for a series of keynote conversations featuring leading international tastemakers exploring the unique style, culture and creative influence of the world’s most celebrated destinations on the practice of architecture, interior and product design. #PDCfallmarket FEATURED PRESENTERS INCLUDE

Dan Rubinstein

Ashley Hicks

Jane Hallworth

Vicente Wolf

Degen Pener






Elliott Barnes

Patrick Frey

Martha Kirszenbaum

Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird

Hutton Wilkinson






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#PDCfallmarket • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8

OPENING KEYNOTE 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Blue Conference Center, Suite B259

CAPITALS OF STYLE Moderator: Dan Rubinstein, Home + Design Editor, DEPARTURES Panelists: Jane Hallworth, Ashley Hicks and Vicente Wolf

Dan Rubinstein

Ashley Hicks

The globe’s leading cities have long been celebrated for spectacular architecture and refined interior spaces that are unparalleled in design and personality. Join DEPARTURES Home + Design Editor Dan Rubinstein and internationally renowned designers Ashley Hicks, Vicente Wolf, and Jane Hallworth as they discuss how these various capitals of style have influenced their work. From the locations they call home to their favorite holiday retreats, the designers will share the secrets of how they stay inspired. Reception to follow at Lee Jofa, Suite B639. RSVP required at pdcfallmarket.eventbrite.com special thanks

Vicente Wolf Jane Hallworth

AFTERNOON KEYNOTE 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM | Blue Conference Center, Suite B259

THE FRENCH CONNECTION Moderator: Degen Pener, Contributing Culture Editor, The Hollywood Reporter

Martha Kirszenbaum

Panelists: Elliott Barnes, Patrick Frey, Martha Kirszenbaum, Nicolas Libert, Emmanuel Renoird Since the early 20th century, the cultural and creative allure that binds Paris to Los Angeles has evolved and deepened. For years Americans have journeyed to the City of Light, enthralled by its beauty and history; inspired by its art, architecture and style. What’s new now is an ardent return of affection from Parisians obsessed with all things L.A. From abundance of light and space, to diversity of lifestyle, culture and geography, to a relaxed West Coast sensibility, the L.A. influence is attracting visionary expats and Paris-based luxury brands seeking the freedom to redefine convention while transforming the city’s fashion, culinary, art and design scenes.

Degen Pener Patrick Frey

Addressing the Franco/L.A. fixation, The Hollywood Reporter’s Contributing Culture Editor Degen Pener leads a Parisian panel of internationally recognized product, art and design innovators, including Pierre Frey’s President and Creative Director Patrick Frey, interior designer Elliott Barnes, art and design purveyors/patrons Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird and curatorial director Martha Kirszenbaum, exploring the creative, commercial and cultural connectivity that influences these sister cities. Reception to follow at Kneedler|Fauchère, Suite B600.

Elliott Barnes

RSVP required at pdcfallmarket.eventbrite.com Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird

CLOSING KEYNOTE 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM | Suite B200

THE WALK TO ELSIE’S Presented by Hutton Wilkinson

Hutton Wilkinson

Author Hutton Wilkinson presents an illustrated tale of irrepressible joy amidst loss, determined rebirth, self-invention and most importantly, continuance in his new novel of historic fiction The Walk To Elsie’s, co-authored with Flynn Kuhnert. Based on the true story of Elsie de Wolfe’s last ten years and the first ten of Tony Duquette’s career, Wilkinson shares first-hand knowledge entrusted to him by Duquette about the design icon’s friendship with The First Lady of American Design. Wilkinson will carry his audience on a lavish adventure across the United States and Europe between the years 1941 and 1951, as young Tony becomes Elsie de Wolfe’s last great protégé. Wilkinson’s talk, like the book, will be peopled with the most glamorous globetrotters of the day, including Cole Porter, Billy Haines, Vincente Minnelli, Judy Garland, Christian Dior, Doris Duke, the Windsors, and dozens more, all of whom Wilkinson will bring to life for his audience! Cocktail reception to follow at Ralph Pucci International, Suite B203. RSVP required at pdcfallmarket.eventbrite.com The Walk To Elsie’s, a limited, luxury edition of 1000 numbered sets, is available for pre-sale at amazon.com and can be pre-ordered from the author on the day of the PDC keynote.




#PDCfallmarket • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8

SHOWROOM PROGRAMS RSVP required for all events: pdcfallmarket2015.eventbrite.com 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Lee Jofa, Suite B639 Keynote Reception Join Lee Jofa for a reception with DEPARTURES Home + Design Editor Dan Rubinstein and the panel following the morning keynote presentation. Refreshments to be served.

Sherwin-Williams ColorMix 2016: A Passionate Pursuit presented by Duralee, Suite B500 Color is paramount in fine design. It is with this in mind that Duralee and Sherwin-Williams are pleased to present Colormix 2016: A Passionate Pursuit! Fresh Mindfulness. Vintage Workmanship. Social Engagement. And technology and materials that seem to come from out of this world. We’re taking the best of everything life has to offer and indulging in the moment. Prepare to come together as we go in passionate pursuit of a shared color consciousness! Refreshments to be served. CEU: .1 CEU Credit Holly Hunt

11:45 AM – 12:30 PM PERFEC Floors, Suite G290 Join PERFEC Floors and a panel of leading industry members as they address the trend toward wider, wide-width hard flooring planks. Providing an in-depth review of how and where to specify custom wide-width, long-length plank hardwood floors, the panel will also discuss grades, cuts, species of wood and what engineered cores and wear layers really mean in terms of performance, durability and long-term liability for design projects. A lunch reception follows.

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Innovations, Suite M20 Retro Trends in Contemporary Design This year, Innovations is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a ‘70s themed event and panel discussion! Designers David Dalton, Lori Dennis and Lonni Paul join moderator Annie Wharton, Curator, Annie Wharton Art Consulting, to explore the topic of retro trends in contemporary design. Taking cues from the Mad Men era and its influence on current contemporary interiors, beginning with Mid-Century modern and evolving toward a bold ‘70s influence, the panel will discuss how they incorporate vintage style into modern day designs, borrowing organically from all time periods and inspirations from the broader twentieth century and beyond. A light lunch will be served. Please RSVP as seating is limited.

David Dalton

Lori Dennis

Lonni Paul

Annie Wharton

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Holly Hunt, Suite B377 The Fine Art of Rug Weaving

Thomas Lavin, Suite B309/B310 Deciding What You Are Worth and Charging It

The Holly Hunt Showroom presents an interactive opportunity to experience the textured artistry of SHIIR Rugs. Part inspiration, part education, part inside look at the fascinating world of artisan rug-making, this event features the SHIIR rug collection and includes the Essence Collection, the brand’s newest line of textured rugs. Enjoy a festive, Indian-inspired reception. Please RSVP early, this event is not to be missed!

Join the Thomas Lavin showroom in presenting a CEU program specially created by design author, speaker and consultant Lloyd Princeton for designers who want information on what to charge clients for design services. In his presentation, Princeton will show guests how they can, from the time of first contact with a prospect through the final closing of a deal, determine the best ways to charge for their creativity and incorporate it into a solid letter of agreement – with confidence!

1:00 PM

CEU: 0.2 CEU Credit

Cooper Pacific Kitchens, Suite G273

Essential RSVP to admin@thomaslavin.com.

Steven Cooper shares his expertise and advice to successfully mix unique materials in the kitchen. Join the Cooper Pacific team in exploring the next trends and focuses in kitchen design.

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM WITFORD, Suite B517 WITFORD invites you to meet Australian designer Christian Lyon as he discusses his collaboration with Japanese manufacturer Matusoka. Lyon shares his inspiration and passion in designing contemporary, 21st century furniture pieces that are steeped in the tradition of artisanal craftsmanship, yet made contemporary in application for modern tastes. Sponsored by California Homes.

Lloyd Princeton

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#PDCfallmarket • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8

SHOWROOM PROGRAMS RSVP required for all events: pdcfallmarket2015.eventbrite.com 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Kneedler|Fauchère, Suite B600 Keynote Reception Kneedler|Fauchère invites you to a showroom reception to honor panel members featured in the PDC Afternoon Keynote. We’ll also celebrate Patrick Frey, Pierre Frey’s President and Creative Director, with a book signing of his new publication Pierre Frey: Inspiring Interiors | A French Tradition of Luxury. Libations & Light Bites.

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM JANUS et Cie, Suite B146 The Book Bar Recharge with a barista inspired cocktail at JANUS et Cie’s Pop-up Book Shop and Coffee Lounge.

Edelman Leather

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Edelman Leather, Suite G158 Glitter, Gator & Glam! Join Edelman Leather in a celebration of all things glamorous. From soft, glittering suede subtly draped in melted metals and the pure exotic American alligator offering clients materials unlike before, in the outer reaches of exclusive luxury. The champagne bubbles will be flowing along with a live auction for a beautiful, iconic Edelman Italian made VIP tote bag. Winner must be present.

Wired + Inspired, presented by Dering Hall and Thomas Lavin Blue Conference Center, Suite B259 Join Thomas Lavin for the big West Coast reveal of Wired + Inspired, a virtual show house presented by Dering Hall that displays the talents of top-tier designers with products from high-end brands. Ten design talents selected to create “digital rooms” incorporating furnishings, lighting, textiles, and accessories from the Thomas Lavin showroom will unveil their “rooms” and engage in a round-robin discussion about how products can serve as inspiration for the design of a space. Essential RSVP to admin@thomaslavin.com.

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Ralph Pucci International, Suite B203 Keynote Reception Ralph Pucci invites you to toast PDC featured keynote Hutton Wilkinson with a reception in celebration of his new book The Walk To Elsie’s. The showroom will also present an exhibition of sculptures by Hawaiian artist John Koga, a well-known Hawaiian living modernist whose sculptures reflect the whimsical side of his art and personality. A performance art piece presented by critically acclaimed dancer/ choreographer Holly Rothschild punctuates the festivities. Libations to be served.

Reagan Hayes

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Reagan Hayes, Suite B300 Please join Reagan Hayes for a casual cocktail reception. What better way to unwind after a full day of Fall Market programming than with a good drink and good company? We look forward to seeing you!




#PDCfallmarket • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8

OPEN HOUSE PROGRAMS 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Andrew Martin, Suite G295 Andrew Martin invites you to join them for Fall Market to see their current assortment of fabrics, wallpapers, furniture and accessories. The latest Attic wallpapers are worth a look. Everyone knows the attic is a secret world of forgotten treasure; those lost possessions hidden in an ancient steamer trunk, or dust layered zoo animals and hidden family heirlooms. Come explore all they have to offer at Andrew Martin.

Ebanista, Suite G190 Visit Ebanista’s flagship showroom to experience their vast selection of area rugs and the latest arrivals from their widely celebrated Collection Ten. Handcrafted locally in the Los Angeles area, Collection Ten has expanded to include upholstery, case goods, beds, lighting, paintings and accessories.

Fabricut, Suite B470 Stroheim celebrates its sesquicentennial as one of the most respected fabric houses in the decorating world. Its classical aesthetic has evolved with changing styles but continues to remain true to the traditional design synonymous with the Stroheim name. Fabricut continues to build upon the history, tradition and legacy while introducing the next generation of designers to this prestigious brand. Celebrate 150 years of Stroheim and see its newest collection of fabrics, trimmings and wallcoverings!

Andrew Martin


9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Maharam, Suite G152 Designed by architect Neil Logan in collaboration with conceptual multimedia artist Liam Gillick, Maharam’s Pacific Design Center showroom features a curated display of Maharam’s comprehensive collection of textiles for commercial and residential interiors.

Stark Fabric, Wallcovering & Furniture, Suite B617 Stark invites you to stop by for refreshments and to see the new fabric collections from Missoni, Old World Weavers, Alhambra, Lelievre, Aldeco and more, as well as new wallpapers from Light Cube and Anya Larkin.

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM International Down & Linen, Suite B368 Don’t Be Shy. Break out of that neutral palette we so love in California with accents by Missoni Home. Come play with the creative components of the new Onix Collection. Add drama to any setting with lime, turquoise, orange and sunny yellow in chic corduroy paired with thoroughly 21st century plaids.



Stark Fabric

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Cowtan & Tout, Suite B647

Cowtan & Tout

Introducing Cowtan & Tout’s 2015 Collection, a kaleidoscope of decorative weaves, prints and embroideries. Exotic and graphic motifs translated through a luxurious, classic lens provide a rich offering of fabrics. Refreshments will be served throughout the day.

JANUS et Cie

JANUS et Cie, Suite B146 Unwind and recharge at JANUS et Cie’s Pop-Up Book Shop & Coffee Lounge. Enjoy artisan coffee and bakery bites while browsing a curated collection of esteemed titles. Grab on the go or relax among JANUS et Cie’s latest collections. International Down & Linen

Pindler, Suite B530 Please join Pindler for an Open House during Fall Market. We will be highlighting our newest Exclusive Collections and of course, light refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!

Ralph Pucci International, Suite B203 The Ralph Pucci showroom will present an exhibition of sculptures by Hawaiian artist John Koga. This is the first solo Koga exhibit at the L.A. PDC showroom. A well-known Hawaiian living modernist, his sculptures reflect the whimsical side of his art and personality. Pucci will also feature the latest designs by Andrée Putman, Herve Van der Straeten, Eric Schmitt, John Wigmore and Lianne Gold, as well as art collections by Christopher Makos, Paul Solberg and David Story.

Schumacher/Patterson, Flynn & Martin, Suite B489 Please join the Schumacher showroom for a first look at the new fall introductions, including the Miles Redd Collection, Understated Luxury, a line of subdued, sophisticated wovens and Ikats that offer a range of fresh, of-the-moment takes on a classic motif. Light refreshments will be served.




Schumacher/Patterson, Flynn & Martin

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

WITFORD, Suite B517

Mimi London, Suite G168

Join WITFORD for a Fall Market Open House and meet & greet with Australian designer Christian Lyon as he showcases his collection of furniture pieces in collaboration with Japanese manufacturer Matusoka.

The Mimi London Showroom is honored to host an open house to showcase many new designs and welcome attendees with the opportunity to meet personally with the designers responsible for their exciting and eclectic collections. Light refreshments will be served.

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Armani/Casa, Suite G170 Armani Casa cordially invites you to an Open House during Fall Market featuring the brand’s latest furniture collection and new vinyl wallpaper … Refined Structures 1. Giorgio Armani has said, “I was always fascinated by the subtle exchange between sensitivity and taste, which goes beyond the overly simplistic concept of ‘ethnic’ and enables me to have a complex vision of things, filtered through a cultural passion. I try to find similarities between the East, which enchants me, and the West … to which I belong … and I like to turn these similarities into furniture and decorations, to give a touch of sophisticated depth and timeless elegance to a room.” Please join us to toast our latest collections and rediscover the world of Armani/Casa.

Summit Furniture, Suite B135 Join us for ‘A Celebration of California Chic,’ clearly in focus this fall at Summit. The spotlight shines on Summit’s California designed collections. From San Francisco to Carmel to Los Angeles, these collections reflect the iconic California lifescapes that inspired them. Complementing the beautiful California designed furniture are some of the finest outdoor accessories, also from California companies and including Santa Barbara Umbrella and Nomi and Summit Fabrics. Take a stroll and enjoy a sweet treat.

Samuel & Sons

11:00 AM – 6:00 PM Samuel & Sons, Suite B609 Join Samuel & Sons as we celebrate the opening of our first L.A. showroom. Enjoy refreshments served throughout the day while experiencing our new trim collections Shangri-La by renowned designer Roger Thomas, Épinglé, Meteorite and Celine. Prosecco will be served from 2:00 - 5:00 PM to toast our new location.

12:30 AM – 5:00 PM Crestron Electronics, Suite G288 Please join Crestron for dessert and champagne as you experience the brand’s most innovative technology solutions for the home environment. View the new motorized shade fabric line and learn how technology can seamlessly integrate with design. Throughout the afternoon, Convo by Design will be conducting candid conversations with designers, architects, artists and visionaries about the latest in home and design to be promoted on their podcast.

Mimi London

Summit Furniture



Showroom News

Bausman & Company

Cooper Pacific Kitchens


Baker Furniture, Suite B525

DEDON, Suite B188

Paul Ferrante, Suite B362

Baker is excited to unveil its refreshed and updated showroom in conjunction with Fall Market. The L.A. showroom remodel is the first in a series of upcoming renovation projects and will reveal a new, modern look and feel for Baker. A variety of lifestyle design elements will contribute to a welcoming and engaging space for design professionals and provide an overall gracious experience from the moment they enter. Updated features will include state of the art lighting, upgraded resource room, internet access and an improved fabric and finish sampling program. The remodel will be revealed to the design community at a grand opening event on October 7.

Icons of Outdoor Furniture. Discover collections so imaginative, innovative and inspiring they could only be by DEDON. Icons of modern design, our signature collections have helped shape the way we live indoors and out. For 25 years, DEDON has been creating outdoor furniture of unparalleled comfort, quality and style. Nowhere is this more apparent than with our signature collections that bring people together.

Paul Ferrante in now online! Visit us live on the third floor or at paulferrante.com.

Bausman & Company, Suite B355 Bausman & Co., a local eco-friendly manufacturer, introduces the New Earth Collection, a collection of furniture designs highlighting organic textures and finishes. New offerings from Newman Frey furniture feature exquisite designs and finishes in neutrals, gold and silver tones. The showroom’s revitalized lighting gallery includes a range of options from Newman Frey, JH Lighting, Charles Loomis Lighting, Tracy Glover and Dana Creath Designs. Exciting fabrics from Anichini, Art & Decor and IFI are new to Bausman & Co. in addition to Designer Natural Shades. Extraordinary art by Pascale Girardin and many others in a variety of mediums continue to inspire imagination.

Cooper Pacific Kitchens, Suite G273 Join Cooper Pacific Kitchens in the unveiling of their newest display. A mix of uniquely luxurious finishes elevates contemporary kitchen design to a new and unseen level. The integration of unexpected materials and finishes, along with cutting edge design and technology, introduces a new approach to kitchen design.

David Sutherland Showroom, Suite B182 Stop by the David Sutherland Showroom to see the latest pillow collection from Perennials Luxury Performance Fabrics, as well as collections by Hudson Furniture, Kyle Bunting, John Boone and more.

Edelman Leather



Donghia, Suite G196 The 2015-2016 Armani/Casa exclusive textiles by Rubelli Collection is composed of refined cannetés and decorative details that draw inspiration from antique armour, reinterpreted using geometric shapes to create a contemporary take on the motifs. A new color palette is introduced to the collection for the first time featuring strong jewel tones such as ruby red and jade green. Nickel has also been introduced as a darker tone to create depth – an intense yet sophisticated choice.

Edelman Leather, Suite G158 Glitter, Gator & Glam! This fall it’s a celebration of all things glamorous. From soft, glittering suede subtly draped in melted metals and the pure exotic American alligator offering clients materials unlike before, in the outer reaches of exclusive luxury. The champagne bubbles will be flowing during a live auction on October 8 at 4pm for a beautiful, iconic Edelman Italian made VIP tote bag. Winner must present.

Mimi London, Suite G168 Mimi London, Inc. continues to add to the showroom’s already eclectic, organically-inspired and luxurious mix. The collection has recently expanded to include hand-screened or handblocked textile collections from Michelle Pereira, Kari Fisher and Kathryn Maresca. Unique, stylish and soulful, custom requests are easily accommodated and encouraged from these young artisans.

Mimi London

PERFEC Floors, Suite G299 PERFEC Hardwood Floors’ Design Lab is your professional mobile office. Architects, designers, developers/contractors and specifiers are welcome to use our complimentary services, which include a 600 square-foot collaborative lounge area.

Ralph Pucci International, Suite B203 Ralph Pucci, with showrooms in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, features the exclusive designs of international furniture and lighting designers including Andrée Putman, Herve Van der Straeten, India Mahdavi, Patrick Naggar, Paul Mathieu, Jerome Abel Seguin, Eric Schmitt, Vladimir Kagan, Jens Risom, Chris Lehrecke, Gabriela Kiss, Lianne Gold, Fran Taubman, Jim Zivic, John Wigmore, Ted Abramczyk and Ruben Toledo. Dana Barnes Fiber Art adorns the walls of each showroom, along with the works of artists Josef Astor, Deborah Turbeville, Marcus Leatherdale, Peter Astrom, Christopher Makos, Paul Solberg, David Story, Jeff Quinn, Gail Leboff and Manuel Gerrinck. All are true visionaries in their individual fields.

Samuel & Sons, Suite B609 Samuel & Sons, the premier trimming destination, is pleased to announce the opening of a new spacious 2,000 square foot flagship showroom in the Pacific Design Center. For over three quarters of a century, Samuel & Sons has been the renowned source for the finest trimmings with a vast inventory of over 15,000 items in stock. We look forward to working more closely than ever with the inspiring innovators and talented designers of the West Coast!

SpecCeramics, Inc., Suite B455 SpecCeramics, Inc. is proud to celebrate its three-year anniversary at the Pacific Design Center! During this time, Spec has had the opportunity to work with many talented designers

Ralph Pucci

Showroom News on countless stunning projects. Spec promises to continue their quest to provide the hottest tile trends that the Italian and Spanish markets have to offer. Look out for these fabulous collections on the brand new SpecCeramics website, due to launch October 2015.

Stark Fabric, Wallcovering & Furniture, Suite B617 Stark has launched a completely reimagined website, StarkCarpet.com, which puts new emphasis on collaboration among interior designers, their clients and Stark account managers via an innovative new Pinterestlike tool called Stark Boards. Also debuting is a trade-only e-commerce experience for registered designers, who now can purchase Stark’s new and antique rugs, fabrics and wallcovering online. Other new features include a dramatically improved Products section with enhanced searching and filtering capabilities as well as the ability for designers to request samples for a wide array of products and arrange “in-home trials” for area rugs.


Summit Furniture, Suite B135 ‘A Celebration of California Chic’ is the focus this fall. Summit’s California designed collections take center stage. From San Francisco to Carmel to Los Angeles, these collections reflect the iconic California lifescapes that inspired them. Sink into Summit X, kick-back with Smoothie and put your feet up on Boomerang … designed in Los Angeles by Alwy Visschedyk. Unwind in Pebble Beach style with Carmel-based Kipp Stewart’s Picket and Modular designs. Luxuriate in Summit Modern, designed by San Francisco’s Brian Kane. Be enveloped by Krios, Summit’s newest collection, designed by Carmel’s Conrad Sanchez. Complementing the California designed furniture are some of the finest outdoor accessories, also from California companies and including Santa Barbara Umbrella, as well as Nomi and Summit Fabrics. Samuel & Sons

Summit Furniture



Reception: Thursday, November 12, 5:00 - 9:30 PM Pacific Design Center (PDC) Blue Building: Lobby & Second Floor 8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA designLAb is pleased to announce its new fall season with exciting new art and design exhibitions that open with a public reception on Thursday, November 12 from 5:00 - 9:30 PM. Sixteen exhibitions will be on view in the Pacific Design Center’s Blue Building Lobby and Second Floor with happy hour (cash bar) at Red Seven, located on the first floor of the Green Building. Highlights include three sculpture installations in the Blue Lobby on view through July 29, 2016: Proposal for New Landscapes by one of Japan’s most important contemporary artists, Nobuo Sekine, a retrospective by acclaimed Italian architect/designer Antonio Pio Saracino and recent work by LA-based artist Matt Johnson. On the second floor above the Blue Lobby, thirteen new gallery exhibitions open to include Kevin Cheng’s interactive The Distance Between Stars at 4 A.M. and Industry’s Art With Heart to benefit the Friend Movement, an anti-bullying organization.

Matt Johnson, “Eight” (Lautner Beam / Super String), 2014. Courtesy the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. Photo: Joshua White.

Antonio Pio Saracino: Retrospective Nobuo Sekine, Installation view of Phase of Nothingness—Black, 1977-1978. Courtesy the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. Photo: Joshua White.

BLUE LOBBY EXHIBITS On view through July 29, 2016

Proposal for New Landscapes: Nobuo Sekine

Nobuo Sekine’s Proposal for New Landscapes is a presentation of the artwork Phase of Nothingness—Black (1977–78), a series of sculptures that contrast the natural and man-made. The asymmetric arrangement of these disparate forms, from sprawling masses that lie low to the floor to geometric shapes that stand tall like totems, recall Zen rock gardens. Although they are made of black fiberglass, at first glance these works could be mistaken for stone, glass, metal, or plastic. This exploration of ambiguity is consistent in Sekine’s practice, as he perceives form, matter, and space as infinitely malleable.

A retrospective by designer, architect and artist Antonio Pio Saracino (b.1976) examines the relationships among his product design, architecture and public art projects. Saracino has completed numerous public art projects and monuments internationally, most notably a recent public project for Manhattan’s Bryant Park curated by Helen Varola. Included are his designs such as a maquette for his current Hero project at the Accademia in Florence, the Hexa Lounge and information about his recent public art projects. By employing new technologies, sustainable principles, and creative thinking, Saracino pursues innovative design on every scale and explores the relationship between the natural and man-made world. For information regarding Saracino please contact Industry Gallery, B270 at 888 325-0420.

Nobuo Sekine is one of the key members of Mono-ha, a group of Japanese artists in the late 1960s and 1970s who set themselves apart from mainstream art practice and employed raw materials such as stone, wood, paper, fabric, sand and iron. Thanks to his participation in several critically acclaimed museum and gallery exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C., Blum & Poe in Los Angeles, and Gladstone Gallery in New York, his work is now being embraced in the United States.

Matt Johnson: Lautner Beams

Featured prominently in the Blue Lobby are four works by Matt Johnson (b. 1978), from his series titled Lautner Beam / Super String. Johnson created these works using repurposed cast-offs from John Lautner’s demolished Shusett House that translate as rustic, metaphysical visualizations of string theory, the forms hypothesized to describe matter itself. Cast in steel from the arched beams of Lautner’s modernist structure, they are reworked into trompe-l’oeil, elegant forms. Matt Johnson lives and works in Los Angeles. He received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore and his MFA from University of California, Los Angeles. His work is represented by Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/ New York/Tokyo and 303 Gallery, New York.

Antonio Pio Saracino, Superhero, 2013, polished stainless steel. Permanent installation at 3 Bryant Park, New York. Photo: Courtesy artist.



NEW PERMANENT ACQUISITIONS (VIEW BY APPT ONLY) PDC is home to a large collection of contemporary art and includes commissioned site-specific works that address PDC’s formal architectural design and its natural panoramic surrounding. Mobile n°3 (Music), a new monumental work by renown French artist Xavier Veilhan hangs nine feet above the ground and compels the viewer to look up at PDC’s impressive interior space. The mobile, which spans about 15 feet high is composed of thirty floating spheres which evoke the music and soundtrack of our time. Veilhan offers us a visual translation of our auditory environment, making visible our hypermodern and increasingly artificial aural world, which, without intervention, can often go unnoticed and unconsidered. The artist provides a visual reminder that our lives are suffused with sounds of our own design. Another Veilhan ceiling installation entitled Hong Kong Mobile No. 9, 2013 which is 9 feet high also hangs in the private office of PDC owner Charles S. Cohen. Location: Green Lobby. Erwin Redl’s commissioned, animated, large-scale light installations for the Red Building’s Motor Court and Sky Lobbies provide a digital experience that also sensationalize PDC’s soaring red, blue and green corporeal presence. Redl has interpreted the motor court as a dramatic three-dimensional cinematic environment. His new light installation, HORIZON, along the long curved glass wall acts as an epic background panorama. CUBES, on the traffic island is the companion actor in the motor court’s spatial spectacle. Both installations’ light sequences are synchronized and create a dazzling scene leading into the Red Building. In addition to the Motor Court, Redl also created two large computercontrolled RGB LED ceiling installations for the East and West Sky Lobbies entitled Formations and Stalactites. Location: Red Building. Gerardo Hacer (b. 1976), a Los Angeles artist and former assistant to Ellsworth Kelly and Jeff Koons, created two bright, large-scale green origami-inspired installations entitled The Fold: Mountain and The Fold: Valley that playfully rhyme the Red Building terrace’s vast view of sky, mountains and water. Born to Mexican-American teenage gang members and raised in a series of foster homes, Hacer’s use of origami’s infinite formal language has helped to reshape his past as he transforms his small fragile paper forms into large-scale poetic steel sculptures. Location: Red Building Terrace.

Xavier Veilhan, Mobile n°3” (Music), 2015 Photo: Courtesy Perrotin Gallery, New York

Erwin Redl, Horizon and Cube, 2013

Three life-size hand-welded, painted carbon and steel sculptures entitled Totems by Antonio Pio Saracino (whose retrospective is on view in the Blue Lobby) are a study of prismatic shapes and light that constantly shift to offer varying tonal variations of the same color. Echoing the PDC’s three-color architectural dynamic, each work is painted in different shades of red, blue or green and recall the buildings’ mystifying play of light and perception between two and three-dimensional space. Location: Red Building Terrace. Veilhan, Redl, Hacer and Saracino join several other internationally recognized artists whose work is prominently displayed in Pacific Design Center’s Red Building offices such as Bharti Kher, Doug Aitken, Daniel Firman, Kaz Oshiro, Gregor Hildebrandt, Wim Delvoye, Guy Limone, Phillippe Decrauzat, Paula Scher and Peter Zimmermann. Pacific Design Center’s art collection may be viewed during business hours by calling PDC to arrange an appointment.

Gerardo Hacer, The Fold: Mountain, 2015

Antonio Saracino, Totems, 2015, Photo: My Linh Miles

designLAb Galleries 2nd Floor Blue

Anthony James

Boîte Noire Gallery

Suite B215 anthonyjamesstudio.com

Suite B222 boitenoiregallery.com


Thomas Paul Fine Art

Suite B209 micucciarte.com

Suite B275 tpaulfineart.com

About designLAb designLAb provides a platform to explore art that addresses the design center‘s unique context of interior design, spanning a variety of art disciplines and media. designLAb is conceived and directed by New Yorkbased curator Helen Varola and made possible by the support of Charles S. Cohen, owner and president of Pacific Design Center, collector and museum trustee at MOCA Pacific Design Center. designLAb is located on the second floor of PDC’s Blue Building and most galleries are open Monday - Friday from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM or by

Christopher W. Mount Gallery

CMay Gallery

Industry Gallery

Suite B226 cmaygallery.com

Suite B270 industrygallerydc.com


Young Projects

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The New Girlfriend From visionary director François Ozon (8 Women, Swimming Pool) comes this one-of-a-kind gender-bending melodrama that evokes the eye-popping visuals of Pedro Almodóvar, Alfred Hitchcock and Brian De Palma. THE NEW GIRLFRIEND tells the tale of soft-spoken Claire, who mourns the loss of her best friend Laura. When Claire comes across Laura’s husband David (Romain Duris) dressed head-to-toe in his late wife’s clothes, she becomes seduced by David’s beautiful new incarnation, Virginia. As the two become inseparable, Claire wonders whether she is falling for Virginia, or perhaps a part of Laura’s resurrected soul. The New Girlfriend pays homage to classic cinema from Rebecca to All About My Mother - while injecting its own brand of sensual, sometimes sinister, eroticism.




Market Recap The design community came together Wednesday, March 25 and Thursday, March 26 to celebrate PDC’s 40th Anniversary during the Design Center’s annual WESTWEEK Spring Market. Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Margaret Russell moderated the opening keynote Personal Best, featuring AD100 designers Alexa Hampton and Michael Smith. Showrooms followed with an array of exciting programming ranging from Design in the Digital Age to Co-Dependent Relationships, while keynotes presented by AIA Los Angeles, LUXE Interiors+Design, C Magazine and LA><ART><DESIGN rounded out the two-day event.

Above: LUXE Interiors + Design’s Pamela Jaccarino moderates Thursday’s opening keynote with A-list decorator Mary McDonald. Right: PDC Owner and President Charles S. Cohen receives a proclamation from the City of West Hollywood commemorating PDC’s 40th Anniversary. Below left: Alexa Hampton, Margaret Russell and Michael S. Smith. Below right: WESTWEEK attendees await the start of the Holly Hunt showroom program.

Above: Margaret Russell addresses a sold-out audience at PDC’s SilverScreen Theater. Right: Geoffrey James Clark, Stephen Collins and John Finton discuss the intricacies and obstacles of designers working in television during the Secrets to Become the Next Celebrity TV Designer panel. Below: Ralph Rudin, Jeff Andrews and Spencer Rudin celebrate the release of the prolific designer’s sleek new collection for A. Rudin during the WESTWEEK opening keynote reception.

Above: Robb Report Home & Style Editor Lori Bryan leads a lively conversation with Geoffrey Bradfield, Suzanne Tucker and Richard Landry at the Ebanista showroom.

Above: Hagy Belzberg, Joan Behnke, Nicci Solomons, Dorothy Macik and David Hertz discuss Thursday’s closing keynote THE COLLABORATIVE PARADIGM: Transforming Design Through Cooperative Process, wrapping-up two days of stimulating interior design, art and architecture conversations.



Product News Samuel & Sons, Suite B609

Innovations, Suite M20

Samuel & Sons, the premier passementerie tradition in the interior design community, announces the launch of its latest creative collection Shangri-La, with Roger Thomas, world-renowned interior designer of Wynn Resorts.

Innovations drew from the beginning of their forty-year history in the development of their brand new collection of wallcoverings, which debuts this fall. Quirky characteristics of the 70s emerge throughout the collection, from glam metallic prints to subtle, earthy tones. Many of the color stories in this new collection were inspired by the geology of the earth, with colorways derived from a vast spectrum of natural minerals. This striking collection includes a breadth of materials including natural fibers, woven textiles, metallic elements and Type II vinyl, and offers a versatile array of choices for any interior space.

Paul Ferrante, Suite B362

Mimi London, Suite G168

Paul Ferrante specializes in interior and exterior lighting, furniture and antique accessories. The showroom also represents Gibson Studio, JJ Custom, Inc. and Alton House.

The Bar X dining table and Roaring Fork benches were designed for Mimi London by Mark Boone. Hand-crafted from solid red oak, the table features a wire-brushed cerused flint finish, hand-forged iron stretcher and a massive, solid 3/8” steel top. Industrially inspired, heavy-duty locking casters allow the table to be easily moved. Available in any size or finish. Paired with our Roaring Fork benches, they allow for easy, convivial dining. Also fabricated from solid red oak, the benches have been wired brushed and given a hand-rubbed deep flint finish. Also available in any size or finish.

Donghia, Suite G196

Osborne & Little, Suite B643

The 2015-2016 Armani/Casa exclusive textiles by Rubelli Collection is composed of refined cannetés and decorative details that draw inspiration from antique armour, reinterpreted using geometric shapes to create a contemporary take on the motifs. A new color palette is introduced to the collection for the first time featuring strong jewel tones such as ruby red and jade green. Nickel has also been introduced as a darker tone to create depth – an intense yet sophisticated choice.

Matthew Williamson’s Cubana Collection conjures up the glamour and excitement of pre-revolutionary Cuba in the era of Hemingway and his contemporaries in this exotic collection of decorative fabrics and wallpapers. Colors are imported directly from Matthew’s high fashion designs for the catwalk, to include jade, peach, coral, turquoise, fuchsia, grass and ultramarine.

SpecCeramics, Suite B455

Bausman & Company, Suite B355

SpecCeramics is striking HOT with their new metal-looking porcelain tile collections! With three different collections in stock, Spec is ready to bring this hot new trend to design projects everywhere. Metal is interesting and feeds the eye unbelievable brilliance, regardless of the size, color, pattern or finish. Suitable for both interior and exterior applications, this spell-binding look is ideal for any hospitality, restaurant, retail or residential project.

Robert Allen, Suite B499 Designing custom furniture has never been easier. We’ve developed an easy solution for you to quickly and conveniently craft to-the-trade quality pieces, all with a simple pricing structure. Our furniture program continues to expand and now includes upholstered headboards, dining room chairs, occasional furniture, as well as chairs, sofas and sectionals. This robust selection of furniture comes with the same quality construction that we’re known for with our fabrics, making it superior to retail furniture lines and quicker to customize than workroom specifications. The end result is an easy, timesaving solution that addresses all of your design needs, all in one place.



Bausman & Company’s New Earth Collection features the #7926 Console Table comprised of extraordinary elements including a faux bois top, chinchilla finish and hand-hammered zinc. Available in custom variations. New products by Pascale Girardin, Designers Natural Shades, Charles Loomis Lighting, JH Lighting, Newman Frey Lighting, Tracy Glover Lighting, along with Fabrics by Anichini, Art & Décor and IFI are presented.

Fabricut, Suite B470 Be at home with Charlotte Moss and her second fabrics and trimmings collection with Fabricut. Merchandised into three color stories – Canvas, Deep Coral and Watercolor – with hints of metallic, this collection features statement embroideries, luscious wovens, fresh prints and stunning trimmings. As Charlotte says, “Bits of inspiration find you along your path or you find them… a tile, turtle shell, vintage scarf.” Let Charlotte Moss and Fabricut inspire you this season.

Product News A. Rudin, Suite G172 John Pomp’s work exemplifies the purity of natural materials while embracing their inherent historical and elemental qualities - yielding a simple, organic modern aesthetic. John Pomp’s 20 years of undying passion and devotion to his craft is reflected in each piece of his collection which is meticulously crafted by hand in his multidisciplinary studios in Philadelphia.

Brunschwig & Fils, Suite B639

Edelman Leather, Suite G158

The brilliant prints, luxurious weaves and intricate embroideries in Brunschwig & Fils’ Maisonnette Collection work seamlessly to create vibrant rooms that feel collected over time. Having borrowed its name from an earlier collection for the 1960’s, this new range of fabrics includes patterns of ethnic, traditional and contemporary genres many of which are revived from the extensive Brunschwig & Fils archive and explored in visionary new combinations of style and color. As it retains the company’s rich heritage of exceptional design and quality, Maisonnette presents endless opportunities to interplay classic elements with new patterns adding a contemporary feel to sophisticated interiors.

Rustic & Refined. Glitter, a new collection showcasing Edelman’s luxurious Royal Suede with dustings of gold & platinum. The precious metals appear to be melted into the hides, then they are slow milled to adjust and allow just a sprinkling of sparkle, evoking nothing less than pure glamour. The rustic nature of the suede nap texture with a refined glimmer is a sophisticated combination suitable for many environments.

David Sutherland, Suite B182

Stark Fabric, Wallcovering & Furniture, Suite B617

Perennials® Luxury Performance Fabrics adds to their current assortment of indoor and outdoor pillows with their newest collection, Stitched Up, available now. The 14 new pattern offerings that include embroidery, applique & soutache techniques are all stitched using 100% solution-dyed acrylic yarns, ensuring the same color steadfastness and durability that Perennials is known for. Each pillow can be customized by selecting from hundreds of Perennials fabrics, embroidery & stitching colors, welt color and fill.

As the exclusive American distributor of Alhambra Textiles, Stark is delighted to introduce their beautiful and original range of textiles, in collections as varied as Urban Chic, Spicy, Rustic Pop, Basic Box and Bam Bam children’s designs. A family owned company, Alhambra was established in Alicante, Spain in 1977 and is now distributed across 100 countries.

Baker Furniture, Suite B525

International Down & Linen, Suite B368 Introducing Larino by Sferra. This lush Egyptian cotton collection is woven into an exquisitely soft oxford cloth then finished in Italy with a double top stitched edge. The bold shirting palate makes this a perfect choice for a modern, tailored setting.

With eleven new frames and twenty-four fabrics, the latest additions to Barbara Barry’s collection for Baker capture the casual and natural elegance of California living with designs that are classic, timeless and fluid. The Presidio sofa is defined by a strong silhouette and is exquisitely tailored, featuring a supportive and comfortable bench seat. The Presidio sofa is shown here in Baker Fabric 93-165 and the Dune finish.

Crestron Electronics, Suite G288 Crestron introduces stunning new designer fabrics for motorized shades. To ensure homeowners find the perfect motorized window treatments for every space, Crestron has unveiled more than 100 exclusive new designer fabrics for use with Crestron shading solutions. The new fabrics offer an exquisite assortment of fashion-forward patterns and colors handpicked by interior designers. This introduction marks the continued expansion of the Crestron fabric library. Learn more about Crestron shading solutions at www.crestron.com/shades. pacificdesigncenter.com


Product News Lee Jofa, Suite B639

Schumacher/ Patterson, Flynn & Martin, Suite B489 For his first Schumacher collection, designer Miles Redd created a virtuosic selection of fabrics and wallcoverings to capture his singular approach to grand decorating and high style. From an exquisite hand-engraved chinoiserie print to a raw silk in lush jewel-tones, from a crisp linen stripe to a dazzling Cubisminspired panel of pieced taffeta, the 11 designs epitomize Redd’s passion for classic decorating and his masterful ability to translate it for the way we live today.

Cowtan & Tout, Suite B647 Jane Churchill introduces a whimsical world for children in 2015 with upbeat color combinations and energetic patterns. An array of playful fabrics along with a selection of coordinating wallpapers provides a lively offering meant to inspire your child and create an environment full of magic and endless possibilities. Visit cowtan.com for more information.

Pindler, Suite B530

Kneedler|Fauchère, Suite B600

Pindler is proud to present our new Exclusive Mirage Collection which is a luxurious modern group of draperies and casements in sophisticated constructions and colors, including metals and classic neutrals, both warm and cool. Horizontal stripes for the window are an ever-growing trend in the design world and the Mirage Collection includes several horizontal stripe drapery options. The Mirage Collection is proudly woven in the USA.

Pierre Frey gives a nod to the psychedelic art style of the 1960’s with Utopia. This new printed, cotton velvet takes a trip with organic forms depicted in vibrant, saturated colors to create a fantasy landscape that plays with our perception of nature. Utopia is available in one-multicolored colorway and is ideal for drapery or upholstery. Stop by Kneedler|Fauchère to get in the groove!

Ralph Pucci International, Suite B203

Thomas Lavin, Suite B310

Ralph Pucci is excited to announce artist John Koga’s first solo exhibit at the Pucci PDC showroom. Koga is the most well known Hawaiian living modernist. His whimsical sculptures are extensions of the experimental modes within 20th century sculptural abstractions in the style of Noguchi and Henry Moore. The exhibition will take center stage featuring a collection of biomorphic sculptures of plaster and silver plated bronze.

JANUS et Cie, Suite B146/B193 Tiempo, designed by Jorge Pensi Design Studio, delivers sophisticated lounge seating for interior and exterior settings. The artistry of the collection can be found in its sleek architectural design, impeccably crafted from premium solid teak and innovative teak veneer, and finished with electro-polished stainless steel legs designed for outdoor use. Structured cushions can be wrapped in any number of fabrics and the group features many modules and tables, which combine to create countless configurations for truly customized arrangements.


Ashley Hicks introduces his first collection of fabrics under his own name with ten print designs inspired by a blend of cultures and sources, and united by a comfortable patina, giving them a unique charm and lived-in feel.


The latest fabrics at Thomas Lavin take their cues from fashion and make for stylishly casual and livable interiors. Clockwise from lower left: Safe Harbor and Relaxed Burlap linens from Calvin; denim upholstery from JAB’s Chivasso line; and a whole new collection of coordinating prints, jacquards, wools, linens and embroidery from Zimmer + Rohde’s Hodsoll McKenzie line, inspired by the variety of life in England, from toney, trend-setting London neighborhoods to Cotswold cottages.

Product News Kravet, Suite B624 For more than three decades, Waterworks has transformed the bath and kitchen through an absolute commitment to design authenticity, innovation and quality. From each fitting, fixture, surface and accessory, Waterworks creates a complete design experience that reflects its clients’ vision for themselves and their worlds. Waterworks Collection II for Kravet Soleil has redefined elegant performance fabrics with stylish and durable options for outdoor or indoor use. Featuring sophisticated designs infused with stripes, terries, waffles, matelassés, jacquards and textured solids in rich colors, Waterworks fabrics are the perfect complement to any environment.

Ebanista, Suite G190 Perfect for a parlor or even a quiet hallway, Ebanista’s Montmartre settee (shown with Tuilleries side table, Louvre pillow, and Valenton bracket) makes a soft and beautiful statement with its weathered ivory finish and 22k antiqued gold detailing. Upholstered in Ebanista’s La Fleur Acanthus silk damask.

PERFEC Floors, Suite G299 PERFEC Hardwood Floors continues to assess and update its plank selection to reflect the latest industry requests for finishes and wider plank widths. 3/4” x 9”-13” widths x 8”- 13” lengths x 6mm wear layer have been added to our product line in 2015. Our custom finish line includes reactive stain, Ciranova and Woca Invisible Natural and Hardwax Oils, multi-level wire brushing, hand-working, torching and fuming, with products milled and finished locally. Since March 2015, PERFEC has partnered with Matthew Anthony Stokes and displays his exclusive customer furniture line WIGWAM.

Scalamandre, Suite B684

Summit Furniture, Suite B135

Inspired by its rich tradition of chinoiserie and exoticism, Scalamandre introduces a luxurious new collection of fabrics that are interpreted with a thoroughly modern eye. Plush velvets, intricate embroideries, linen prints and textured weaves layer with embroidered and velvet trimmings in a vibrant color palette.

Seaglass Grouping from Nomi Fabrics. Reflecting the beauty of the aqua tints of the West Coast’s Pacific Ocean, Nomi Performance Fabrics introduces Seaglass, a grouping of six marine-inspired designs. Made to withstand Mother Nature on land or at sea, fall, winter, spring and summer, Nomi’s Performance Fabrics are designed for frequent-use areas. Three designs shown, from top to bottom, Raffia in teal, Moss in teal and Beach Blanket in azul. Represented in Los Angeles exclusively by Summit.

Andrew Martin, Suite G295 Andrew Martin invites you to see our latest Ipanema fabrics and Attic wallpapers. The Ipanema Collection aims to capture the vibrancy of Rio’s beach culture and fuse it with the extraordinary heritage of South America’s tribal textiles. The inspiration comes from primary colors of Havaianas flip flops and the bewildering sophistication of Andes weaving.

WITFORD, Suite B517

DEDON, Suite B188 Outdoor living without compromise. DEDON collaborates with some of the world’s leading designers resulting in an award-winning portfolio of innovative designs. DEDON Fiber is 100% recyclable and free of toxins and resistant against all weather conditions and UV exposure. Unique to the outdoor industry, we own and control our fiber production in Germany and furniture manufacturing in the Philippines. While other brands outsource to distant suppliers, DEDON oversees every aspect of our woven products’ creation, from design to delivery ensuring levels of quality and value that can’t be rivaled.

Hyde Park Custom Furniture. This local manufacture rules with their New Metal Accents line of contemporary styles. Stop in the showroom to meet Keith Hudson, president of this exciting line, as he explains how to get the most out of their custom capabilities.




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