The Agenda: Resource Furniture, Bonita Center For The Arts, And Design Pop

Opening 

Resource Furniture

The experts in smart living (i.e. the folks credited for bringing the Murphy bed back in style) open the doors to their 1,800-square-foot brick-and-mortar this week with a sleek collection of multifunctional furniture ideal for small spaces. You'll find transforming wall beds from Italian manufacturer Clei, plus multipurpose tables, space-saving seating, and home office solutions. Turn your eyes to the showroom's ConcreteWall, which features the stunning line of tromp l'oeil wallcoverings by Norwegian photographer Tom Haga.

When: 9:30am-6pm, Monday–Friday; Noon-5pm, Saturday

Where: 300 Kansas Street, Suite 105, San Francisco

 

Book Signing 

San Francisco: A Map of Perceptions

For one night, Angelenos can look north at a book signing event for architect Andrea Ponsi's latest tome. She'll talk readers through some of the architectural highlights that make the City by the Bay so compelling from a design perspective.

When: 3pm-4:30pm, Saturday 3/28

Where: Hennessey + Ingalls, 214 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica 

 

 Opening

Bonita Center for the Arts

By our records, this $22 million project is the snazziest venue for K–12 students we've ever seen. Designed by Rachlin Partners, the state-of-the-art performing arts center features computer-operated sun louvers (solar shading fins that open or close to let in more or less light), a bold red circular stairwell as the building's centerpiece, and an acoustic quality on par with world-renowned facilities. Add this to your list of must-see stops on a road trip inland from LA.

When: Check calendar for performance schedule 

Where: 822 West Covina Boulevard, San Dimas

 

 WestWeek 2015

Design In The Digital Age 

Join our Editor-at-Large, Jennifer Mehditash, Jaime Derringer (the Founder and Executive Editor of Design Milk), product designer Brendan Ravenhill and designers Christian May and Justina Blakeney for a panel discussion on the revolutionary intersection between technology and design. 

When: 1pm-2pm, Wednesday 3/25

Where: Crestron Electronics, Suite G288, Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood

  

Remodel + Roundtable 

Thomas Lavin, Christian Liaigre, and Elle Decor 

Furniture and accessories mogul Thomas Lavin shows off a fancy remodel and the addition of a 3,000-square-foot Christian Liaigre showroom at the Pacific Design Center. To celebrate, Elle Decor is hosting a roundtable discussion with a panel of guests including furniture designer Dakota Jackson, interior designers Madeline Stuart and Chris Barrett, and architect Andrew Skurman.

When: Noon, Wednesday 3/25

Where: Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood

 

Launch

Design Pop

Author Lisa S. Roberts thumbs through her hot-off-the-presses new book at this hip launch event. She'll school you in game-changing products (from the bag-less vacuum to Marcel Wanders' wacky egg vase) that have hit the shelves in the past 15 years. 

When: 6-8pm, Thursday 3/26

Where: Dsegnare, 175 Rhode Island Street, San Francisco

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