Installing California Design

If you’ve been inside the Resnick Pavilion recently, you have seen the major installation work happening for our upcoming exhibition California Design, 1930-1965: “Living in a Modern Way”, opening October 1. This multimedia exhibition includes furniture, ceramics, metalwork, fashion and textiles, industrial and graphic design, cars, and more. Building the structural framework to support all of these objects has been an intense process for our exhibition designers.

Building the framework for the walls of the exhibition.

An Airstream Clipper sits nearby while the crew assemble the framework for the walls of the exhibition.

Creating the walls that will house the Eames living room installation.

Recreating the living room of Charles and Ray Eames.

Putting it all together.

Putting it all together.

The show opens to the public on October 1st. Member preview days are September 29th and 30th— join now for a sneak peek.

Alex Capriotti

2 Responses to Installing California Design

  1. We are so happy with how the exhibit is looking, it is coming out just the way we designed it to be.

  2. Emily Desai says:

    This exhibit is going to be amazing. It showcases a wonderful period of innovation and optimism for Los Angeles design history. Thank you!!!

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