From around the corner, on the steps of the West Hollywood public Library, one has a great view of all three colored buildings of the Pacific Design Center!
Asher Kelman: Pacific Design Center #2
From the West Hollywood Library Top Steps
“The 1.6 million square-foot campus presents nearly 100 boutique to international showroom brands
, representing 2,200 product lines available to source by professional interior designers, architects, facility managers, decorators and dealers.
Pacific Design Center also serves the needs of the design, entertainment and arts communities by providing dramatic public and private spaces
for screenings, exhibitions, lectures, meetings, special events and receptions.
A premier, multi-use facility, Pacific Design Center features two restaurants (Design Cafe & Silver Bullet Express); The SilverScreen Theater, a 294 seat state-of-the-art luxury film venue and reception facility; the Conference Center, a 200 seat facility fully equipped for conferences and meetings, and a Michael Graves designed Fitness Center.
Designed by architect Cesar Pelli, FAIA, the beautifully landscaped, 14-acre campus is located in the City of West Hollywood, CA. Pacific Design Center’s “Blue Whale” opened in 1975 at 750,000 square-feet. Realizing Pelli’s original vision, the Green Building followed in 1988 at 450,000 square-feet and, finally, the Red Building in 2012 at 400,000 square-feet, offering class A, creative office space for premier businesses
, including entertainment, fashion, technology and the arts.”