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The Future Perfect opens its first outlet in LA—in a midcentury modern residence

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Casa Perfect is, well, perfect

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Exterior shot of low-slung white frame house with wall of windows off the living room looking out onto a pool, with various furniture and design objects populating the space both inside and out.
The home was designed in 1957 by Korean-American architect David Hyun.
Photos by Lauren Coleman courtesy of The Future Perfect

Turns out, a midcentury modern home also makes a beautiful showroom of covetable furniture and decor objects—in addition to being a desirable place to live.

Nestled in the West Hollywood Hills is “Casa Perfect,” a 3,000-square-foot house designed in 1957 by the late Korean-American architect David Hyun. A private residence, it’s also doing double duty as a gallery showcasing a selection of goods from New York-based company The Future Perfect.

For its first Los Angeles outlet, founder David Alhadeff wanted something “bespoke and unusual:”

I have long had a love affair with LA, and have been waiting for the right opportunity to open in this exciting city. When I found the house in the hills, I knew that we could create something beyond retail, and give our clients an experience unique to The Future Perfect, but distinctly LA.

Casa Perfect is a bright and airy four-bedroom with an open floor plan, floor-to-ceiling windows, generous outdoor space including a pool, and expansive views of the city below. Existing in harmony with the landscape of Los Angeles, the home is special on its own. But decorated with never-before-seen pieces from designer Lisa Eisner, Christian Woo, and Eric Roinestad—along with works from The Future Perfect’s staples like Dimore Studio, Lindsey Adelman, Calico Wallpaper, Rooms, and Christopher Stuart—it takes on the quality of a museum.

Which is why Casa Perfect is open by appointment only. Take a look below.