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Remains Los Angeles Blossoming Window for LCDQ’s Legends 2016

Our Los Angeles Showroom is thrilled to participate in La Cienega Design Quarter’s three day design celebration, Legends 2016. The highly anticipated annual event includes panel discussions, receptions, cocktail parties and numerous other activities that showcase the talent and creativity … Continue reading

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Lighting Masterclass: The Performance of the Object and the Aesthetics of Performance

Join us for a panel discussion during LCDQ’s Legends 2016 design event on May 5th in our Los Angeles showroom. Lighting Masterclass will be a compelling conversation about the beauty and technical performance of lighting from three masters with distinct design … Continue reading

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Hutton Wilkinson on Elsie de Wolfe at Remains Lighting Los Angeles

Hutton Wilkinson will give an illustrated talk about the legendary Elsie de Wolfe: First Lady of American Design at Remains Lighting LA on May 9th as part of the La Cienega Design Quarter’s annual Legends of La Cienega. Wilkinson, an … Continue reading

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Reception and book signing with architect Alan Wanzenberg at Remains Los Angeles

Remains Lighting Los Angeles will host a book signing and reception on February 11 from 4:30-6:30 pm to celebrate Journey: the Life and Times of an American Architect, the new book by architect Alan Wanzenberg. Alan Wanzenberg is an internationally … Continue reading

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Pier Lights in Bel Air

Tarryn Brodkin, from our Los Angeles showroom, and I went to see a project William Hefner is designing in Bel Air the other day. It’s a jaw-dropping affair of many, many square feet and acres of tawny limestone. We reviewed … Continue reading

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The Carbon Footprint of Lighting

Last Thursday David, Tarryn and I attended a local meeting of the Illuminating Engineering Society of LA with friend and Los Angeles-based lighting designer Sean O’Connor. We met at the Proud Bird, a restaurant and home to a wild display … Continue reading

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