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As mentioned, DTLA is now the go-to neighborhood for avant-garde inspiration. The latest conceptual project comes from local furniture label VVOODS, who have produced a collection of beds, dressers, bookcases and tables made from local reclaimed wood from LA buildings slated for demolition. Founders Helen Cooper and Gareth Walsh are currently showcasing their goods at a naptime-themed pop-up across from the stylish Ace Hotel.
Explore the space below, and be sure to swing by (and shop!) VVOODS creations now through Friday. Part two of Cooper and Walsha's pop-up will being next week and is called "Stripped Down," so marinate on that.
VVOODS "Naptime" pop-up runs now through July 18 and the "Stripped Down" showroom runs July 21-25. Open 11am to 6pm daily.
· VVOODS [Official Site]
· Artsy Concept E-Shop Fruitmilk Has Popped Up in DTLA [Racked]
· Ace is the Place: Inside DTLA's Crazy-Stylish Ace Hotel [Racked]