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The Future is Perfect in Trousdale
The Future Perfect celebrated the opening of the newest Casa Perfect timed to Frieze Los Angeles on Friday, Feb. 14. Located in a Trousdale Estates home designed by Raul F. Garduno in 1971, the new space opened with an exhibition of new work from the Wonky collection by artist Matthew Day Jackson. For the occasion, guests sipped drinks by Maestro Dobel, Miller High Life and enjoyed music by Cam Tang.
“Our new home for Casa Perfect LA is my favorite house yet,” said David Alhadeff, founder of The Future Perfect. “The Casa Perfect concept for me has always been about utilizing incredible architecture – in this case a jewel that has been virtually untouched since 1971 – as a backdrop for our contemporary program. I’m particularly proud of the work Matthew will debut with us; his playful designs – impressively engineered and beautifully handworked – will help set the stage for a bright year in our new home, appropriately beginning during Frieze LA.”
In keeping with its commitment to offering a unique experience, the new Casa Perfect Los Angeles will also serve as a dynamic platform and destination for events, exhibitions, panels, partnerships, collaborations and more. The new house will also become a tableau for artist-based activations.