Discover the latest in L.A. design—from exciting designer collaborations and immersive showrooms to a stunning high-rise by one of the city’s celebrated firms.
Expansive views abound at The Peak rooftop lounge in L.A.’s newest residential high-rise, Beaudry.
THE SKY’S THE LIMIT
Take in breathtaking views of the city skyline from Beaudry, Brookfield Properties’ new 600-foot-tall high-rise nestled in the heart of downtown L.A. Housing 785 residences, from modern studios to three-bedroom layouts, the buzzy building boasts a stunning design by renowned firm Marmol Radziner, brought to life by LARGE Architecture. Amenities include a resort-worthy pool and spa with comfy cabanas; floor-to-ceiling windows that capture sprawling views of the city, mountains and ocean; and a 57th-floor rooftop lounge with a grand piano, catering kitchen and well-appointed outdoor terrace. “With exceptional residencies, access to amenities, proximity to transit and immersion into the city’s cultural surroundings, Beaudry showcases all that urban living has to offer,” notes Beau Hsu, executive vice president of development for Brookfield Properties. Still not convinced? The property will soon play host to Vaca Restaurant, helmed by Top Chef alum Amar Santana, open to the public on the ground floor. beaudrydtla.com
Elegant pieces like this Mario Bellini Duc-Duc sofa abound at Cassina.
Renowned Italian retailer Cassina recently unveiled its largest furnishings store in the world—right in the heart of West Hollywood. Showcasing the brand’s timeless creations, the 13,000-square-foot space—designed by art director Patricia Urquiola—highlights pieces that explore the intricate craftsmanship and talent of legendary designers including Vico Magistretti, Le Corbusier and Michael Anastassiades. “We are thrilled to have opened our largest store in Los Angeles with our long-standing partner DIVA Group in a space that fully represents our philosophy of the home,” shares CEO Luca Fuso. “The Cassina Store Los Angeles is an important milestone in our strategy to expand and enforce our presence in the U.S. We genuinely believe that there is great potential here where Cassina’s unique and eclectic high-quality, Italian-made furniture is fully appreciated.” cassina.com
Luca Lanzetta is all smiles in his new studio.
TASTE OF ITALY
The Luca Lanzetta Group has touched down with a full-service studio on the West Coast following the designer’s pandemic move from Chicago to Santa Monica. “Santa Monica is a strategic location to serve clients in Malibu, Bel-Air and Beverly Hills,” says Lanzetta. “It is a more private environment than West Hollywood with easy access to LAX. I also like to work close to where I live.” Beloved for his modern Italian aesthetic and innovative architectural projects, Lanzetta’s full-scale studio will service clients in search of knowledgeable expertise, high-quality product design, and luxe furnishings and materials for residential, commercial and hospitality projects. lucalanzetta.com
Shop eclectic accessories and more at the new deKor showroom.
Atwater Village recently welcomed a fresh new location for showroom and design studio deKor. Featuring midcentury and 19th-century furniture, one-of-a-kind vintage, locally sourced antiques, intricate textiles and lifestyle items, deKor offers an eclectic, stylish mix and a distinct sense of discovery. “Our passion is sourcing antique furniture as no two [pieces] are exactly the same,” says founder Isabelle Dahlin. “The similarities are what make a room cohesive and the differences are what set your style apart.” This summer, fall in love with a curated collection of fine clothing and home necessities from local artisans and notable designers, such as apparel from MOTHER and Jungmaven, kitchenware by Rune-Jakobsen and luxurious alpaca throws from Shupaca. dekorliving.com
San Francisco’s Noz Design crafts a creative take on Croft House’s Sierra chair.
HAVE A SEAT
To celebrate a decade of Croft House’s Sierra chair, 10 notable designers are collaborating with the brand on the Signature collection, reimagining the chair and adding a touch of personality to each piece. This marks the L.A. company’s first designer collaboration and features unique renditions from the likes of Adair Curtis, Brooke Wagner, Emilie Munroe and more. “Our goal with this project is to celebrate the Sierra chair’s legacy and highlight the incredible creativity and talent of these designers,” says Croft House designer Kari Streib. “We were thrilled with how they interpreted the chair and made it their own, and we can’t wait to share the results with the design community.” crofthouse.com