International luxury furniture, lighting, and mannequin company, Ralph Pucci, has moved its Los Angeles gallery–and we’re absolutely stoked. Located on 1025 N. McCadden Pl. in Hollywood, the eponymous gallery has found a new home in the cultural epicenter of L.A.

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Transplanted from Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Ralph Pucci’s gallery is now housed in a historic 1920’s building located in Hollywood. The gallery is nestled among the Regen Projects, Blackman Cruz, JF Chen, and other iconic landmarks of Los Angeles.


It consists of 12,500 square feet of display space and expansive display canvases spread over two floors. In addition to art exhibitions, the space will also host musical, dance, and party events.

For Pucci, the intersection among the arts is paramount to who he chooses to exhibit in his gallery: “We want to bring in the up-and-coming fashion star who hangs out with the incredible painter who collaborates with the next great musician,” he explains to Architectural Digest.


Pucci-associated artists Hervé Van der Straeten, Patrick Naggar, Jens Rinsom all have their own dedicated spaces within the gallery. Artists Andrée Putman, Elizabeth Grouste, and Eric Schmitt are also anticipated to have their own spaces in the gallery.

“We finally found a building that’s consistent with the spirit of our other galleries. The bones, the scale, the light, the neighborhood–they all fit us perfectly. This is where I get to celebrate my stars.” - Ralph Pucci


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