An Epic Trilogy: Pacific Design Center’s Final Building Opens in LA

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects has completed the third and final building at the Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, with Area Architecture. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

The campus is 14 acres. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Nylon carpet flows through this office area at the Cohen Brothers Realty Corporation. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

In its reception area, a sculpture by Daniel Firman and a boxwood-veneered column flank a desk in walnut veneer and granite . Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

The glass derives its red from an organic compound instead of lead. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Aluminum frames the curtain walls of all three buildings. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

An LED sculpture by Erwin Redl in one of the red building’s two lobbies. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

The 1988 green building. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Terrazzo flooring in the valet-parking station for the red building. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Sheltering the entry to the garage. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Tinted windows . Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Walnut paneling in the other lobby. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Custom workstations are veneered in four species of wood. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Redl also created light sculptures for the motor court between the two wings of the red building. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

Its garage podium holds 1,500 cars. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

In the CEO’s office, suede-upholstered guest chairs and a custom desk, veneered in Caribbean rosewood, gather beneath Xavier Veilhan’s mobile in resin, aluminum, carbon, and stainless steel. Photography by Scott Frances/Otto.

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