Favored by many in the entertainment industry, a new generation of homes is being designed and built in L.A.: properties with private main residences and adjacent (sometimes detached) public arenas in which to shield their private homes. The Hollywood Reporter culture editor Degen Pener will moderate a panel discussion on the rise of large-scale “public/private” homes with Hollywood’s most influential designers, Scott Mitchell, Natasha Baradaran and Trip Haenisch, revealing the duality of their designs and the evolving definitions of public and private spaces.
Friday, May 9
1:30 – 2:30 PM
805 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Stark has been servicing the professional design trade for 75 years. Some of their new locations, like the one in the La Cienega Design Quarter, are named Stark Home and are open to the public, carrying special retail merchandise and a tremendous amount of area rugs that can be shopped by both designer and retail buyers.
The Stark Home product line includes an extensive collection of patterned wool, sisal and tufted carpets, along with thousands of handmade rugs and fabrics in all colors and sizes from across the world. Standard services like installation, binding, padding and delivery are all available through these retail locations.