The La Cienega Design Quarter got a mention inHow To Spend It, the Financial Times of London’s”website of worldly pleasures.”
Special thanks go to David Keeps, who wrote the travel piece.
“Endlessly envied for its ideal weather and downright derided for its plastic-pretty, pampered populace, Los Angeles is, nonetheless, the US’s most successful company town. Its exports – movies, television, sportswear, fusion-food trucks, the cult of celebrity and the siren call of a mythic, sun-kissed lifestyle – occupy imaginations across the globe. And although it may be built on artifice (it was, after all, once a desert), LA has of late come into its own as a world-class art destination, with a particularly robust appreciation for postmodernism and contemporary art.”
“La Cienega Design Quarter, Beverly Boulevard and West Hollywood’s The Avenues are the must-trawl zone for design junkies.”
View the full article here.