For more than half a century, the La Cienega Design Quarter has been the destination for sophisticated shoppers looking for top quality design for the home.
This legendary district, with its romantic courtyards, alluring windows and treasure troves of antiques, furniture, rugs, accessories and art, is known as the “shopping heart” and workplace of the interior design profession. Side by side with some of L.A.’s most glamorous restaurants, bistros, fashion boutiques and salons, the LCDQ is the West Coast Style destination for all.
THE PAST, PRESENT
AND FUTURE OF DESIGN
May 8 - 10, 2013
LEGENDS 2013 was a huge success, in part thanks to the LCDQ members who provided their showroom windows as blank canvases for the 46 interior designers who used their creative prowess in transforming the legendary windows of the La Cienega Design Quarter into “Time Capsule” reveries. Thousands of people visited the shops, showrooms and galleries in the La Cienega Design Quarter in May, and all keynotes and most showroom panels were standing room only.
The Hollywood Reporter covered LEGENDS in a 3-part series by
Abigail Stone, who wrote all of the window designer interviews for Apartment Therapy.
Each year as we celebrate our Legends event, we are reminded how fortunate we are in the Los Angeles community and the design community at large for the wealth of talent and creativity that inspire us in our daily lives. The LCDQ is where Main Street USA meets Design in LA. It is a community of store front design resources with a sense of community... a community that fosters cooperation, education, inspiration and the promotion of style. Our annual Legends event is an opportunity to showcase the talent of some of our community's leading designers in LCDQ member windows. Thank you to all the legendary designers for sharing their vision and talent over the years.
Jamie Bush Interior Design
Real Food Daily
TOTO USA, Inc.
Coldwell Banker Previews International
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Szalon (pronounced “salon”) represents Judith Hoffman’s personal journey to reclaim her Hungarian origins. Having fled Budapest during the Soviet crackdown in the 1950s, she made a life in Los Angeles — education, family, and ultimately, an ongoing interior design business, Concept Design International.