After a whirlwind 2019, the Future Perfect founder just christened a new iteration of Casa Perfect Los Angeles
After launching his cutting-edge design gallery, the Future Perfect, in Brooklyn 17 years ago, David Alhadeff made a name for himself nurturing promising talents like Lindsey Adelman and Jason Miller. The gallery opened a Manhattan space in 2009 and a West Coast outpost in 2013, but this past year has been his busiest.
“A highlight was the opening of Casa Perfect New York,” he says of the dazzling West Village townhouse-cum-gallery filled with collectible wares.
The five-story dwelling is an ideal setting for shows—like Matthew Day Jackson’s celestial-inspired furniture collection—and doubles as a crash pad for Alhadeff when he’s in town. The gallery also teamed up with DDG to furnish a model unit in its striking new Tribeca building. Stay tuned for a new Casa Perfect Los Angeles. “It’s going to be huge!”
A chandelier by Lindsey Adelman hangs over a dining table by Sam Accoceberry for Collection Particulière, which displays ceramic works by Cody Hoyt and sculptural chairs by Room. Photo: Mark Rosen
Open by appointment, visitors will find the latest from Alhadeff’s cutting-edge roster, including Lindsay Adelman, Floris Wubben, and Cody Hoyt. Photo: Mark Rosen
The master bathroom at Casa Perfect in L.A. features a light by Bec Brittain and ceramics by Kazunori Hamana. Photo: Mark Rosen
Whimsical works by Chris Wolston transform a room at Casa Perfect. Photo: Mark Rosen
The midcentury-modern pool and grounds are inspired by Japanese design. A totem by Stan Bitters and Ryosuke Yazaki’s Yae Aura sculpture complement the home’s architectural language. Photo: Mark Rosen
Glassblower Jochen Holz created this neon table lamp. Photo: Mark Rosen
The bedroom at Casa Perfect L.A. Photo: Mark Rosen
A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2020 Spring Issue under the headline Creative Minds. Subscribe to the magazine.