Casa Perfection

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The Los Angeles home that has recently become a showroom for design store The Future Perfect.

The Los Angeles home that has recently become a showroom for design store The Future Perfect.

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The exterior of Casa Perfect.

The exterior of Casa Perfect.

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The Future Perfect founder David Alhadeff told <em>Urbis</em> that the use of a house makes this a particularly LA experience.

The Future Perfect founder David Alhadeff told Urbis that the use of a house makes this a particularly LA experience.

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The house was designed by architect David Hyun.

The house was designed by architect David Hyun.

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A house in the hills of Los Angeles has recently become a showroom for The Future Perfect, a design store with additional locations in Manhattan and San Francisco. 

The house was designed by architect David Hyun.

Named Casa Perfect, the modernist, architecturally-designed house has been fitted in immaculate furniture and objects and is open by appointment only. The Future Perfect founder David Alhadeff told Urbis that the use of a house makes this a particularly LA experience.

“The Future Perfect is a destination-type shopping experience, which fits because LA shopping is a destination-driven experience in general. The idea of creating a space that was a by-appointment-only, very private shopping experience made sense to me.”

As well as housing a selection of work that Alhadeff calls “quintessentially Future Perfect”, the Casa Perfect will also play host to events, collaborations and parties. 


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