Pacific Design Center kicks off its 40th anniversary with a vibrant Pacific Design Center’s WESTWEEK 2015 Spring Market –the West Coast’s definitive showcase for global design — 2015 line-up. For two days more than 30 celebrated design thought-leaders, 15 media / industry partners and nearly 100 programs, events, keynotes and product introductions energize PDC’s Spring Market and Anniversary Year.
The two-day event provides a comprehensive series of informative presentations and engaging events. The 2015 year also commemorates PDC’s four decades ofdesign leadership, serving as an iconic architectural landmark anchoring L.A.’s historic design district. A global audience —last year saw nearly 20,000 attendees— will discover nearly 100 showroom programs, open houses, receptions, new line introductions and top-notch educational programming delivered by the industry’s most celebrated A&D authorities including Alexa Hampton, David Hertz, India Hicks, Dakota Jackson, Suzanne Kasler, Christopher Kennedy, Richard Landry and Mary McDonald in conversation with editors from the nation’s leading publications.
PDC’s growing cultural campus includes a robust arts program headlined by designLAb (owner and visionary Charles Cohen’s national arts program), which celebrates WESTWEEK with a site-specific commissioned installation by 2J that considers the history of Cesar Pelli/Gruen Associates’ groundbreaking vision for the PDC. Other Lobby exhibits include works by Won Ju Lim and Kenny Scharf’s Daisymobile (1975/2014). The public are invited to a reception on March 24, from 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm to view the galleries.
WHAT: Pacific Design Center’s WESTWEEK 2015 Spring Market
WHEN: Wednesday, March 25 and Thursday, March 26, 2015 | 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
WHERE: 8687 Melrose Avenue | West Hollywood, CA 90069
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