One of the newest showrooms in the La Cienega Design Quarter is Richard Shapiro Studiolo, which offers a mixture of furnishings and art chosen for their rarity, edge and sculptural power. Richard Shapiro Studiolo is a next-generation successor to Shaprio’s well-known Melrose Avenue Showroom, which closed its doors in 2013. Shaprio, a longtime antiquarian and collector, was drawn to return to the design scene and open a new showroom, exhibiting pieces handpicked for their artistic merit and uniqueness.

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In addition to antiques from the 18th and 19th centuries, Richard Shapiro Studiolo focuses on modern, 20th-century pieces. The showroom itself is designed with an atmosphere of openness in order to accommodate pieces large and small, old and new. The eclectic mix provides visitors a range of product to explore, curated with Shapiro’s experienced eye for design.

With decades of experience as a collector, Shapiro has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Veranda, The Wall Street Journal, and many other notable press outlets. He mentioned that he was proud to join as a member of the LCDQ, which helps expose his showroom to the design community in Los Angeles and worldwide.

Richard Shapiro Studiolo
800 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 275-6700