PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER
Cesar Pelli's boldly colored geometric Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood was built in stages over nearly two decades. The Blue building opened in 1975, and the Red building has only been open since 2012.
The 14 acre campus is a showcase for the interior design trades, but also has some public galleries and lots of public art. You can photograph the outside as much as you want, but taking photos inside is discouraged.
The Pacific Design Center also has a satellite of the Museum of Contemporary Art that is free to visit, an a courtyard fountain that is great for catching late afternoon rainbows.
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