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Vanessa Kogevina Shares The Goods

Godesigngo Blog December 2010

Vanessa Kogevina Shares The Goods Vanessa Kogevina Shares The Goods

Meet Vanessa Kogevinas, GoDesignGo’s newest guest blogger from Los Angeles. She’s currently a contributing editor at California Homes and EditorAtLarge.com, not to mention owner and founder of Get It! Consulting. Needless to say, she's no amateur in the biz' and she has many more favorites when it comes to PDC showrooms.
When we twisted her arm to choose one, she named Ralph Pucci. Here’s what she said:
“The Ralph Pucci showroom has a two-story glass wall that allows light to flood in and offers a transparency that begs the visitor to enter.

The showroom itself—a large white open museum-like space—is a study in minimalist space appropriation for pieces by renowned designers such as Andree Putman, Herve Van Der Straeten, Jim Zivic, and Ralph Pucci himself, that double as art in their beauty, lines, ingenuity and color.

Showrooms commonly pack their spaces with the intention of fully representing themselves. However, there are a few that do quite the opposite. That is the case at the Ralph Pucci Showroom in the PDC and it's unforgettable for just that reason.
Not to mention it's a great space for events and Pucci throw some of the best!'