When it comes to West Hollywood, there is always something to explore. From exciting bars, restaurants and clubs to engaging museums, there is something here for everyone. If you are interested in the art and design world, consider stopping by the Pacific Design Center. The Pacific Design Center, also known as the PDC, is a huge 1,600,000 square foot multi use facility primarily used by the design community. Read on to learn more.
All of the buildings located at the PDC are unique and showcase the power of architecture. Center Blue, for example, is one of the buildings at the PDC that is also known as the Blue Whale due to its large size especially when compared to surrounding buildings. Additionally, the outside of the building is clad with brilliant blue glass. It is truly a must see during your time in West Hollywood. The Pacific Design Center houses some of the top decorating and furniture manufacturers in all of the West Coast. There are showrooms, public and private museums, two restaurants as well as a branch of the Museum of Contemporary Art located inside the PDC.
The MOCA PDC opened in 2000 and it is used solely as an exhibition space in order to present new work by both emerging and established artists. At times, the space is also used to present ancillary programs that are based on other major exhibitions and permanent collections. Recently, MOCA at the Pacific Design Center has been focused on showcasing design and architecture pieces. Additionally, the location also has a 384 seat auditorium where a range of programs are held that are open to the public. Admission to the MOCA Pacific Design Center is also FREE to the public. If you have any interest in the arts and design, or if you simply want to expand your horizons, consider stopping by the Pacific Design Center today.