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Hollywood's New Collecting Craze: Contemporary Design


The Size Revolution

After a decade inside the Pacific Design Center, Ralph Pucci, one of the long-time champions of contemporary design, moved to a new space in the Hollywood’s Media District earlier this year. Located in a former dance studio until recently used for rehearsals by Dancing with the Stars, the expanded location is big enough (12,000 square feet) to entire rooms to be dedicated to the works of French designers Herve van der Straeten and India Mahdavi. The gallery-like space also plays host to art shows, including a new exhibit of photography by Matthew Rolston, which opens 10/27.

Pictured: van der Straeten’s reflective Piercing console ($114,960, edition of 8), Lollypop glass mirror ($33,420) and Hip Hop Chandelier ($36,480), and Elizabeth Garouste’s Busy club chair ($18,000), ceramic, lacquer and bronze Charly cabinet ($60,000, edition of 24), Busby sofa ($27,000) and Wally armchair ($16,200);

Picture Courtesy of Chris Fortuna