About David
Weekends is a design studio with a passion for interior design, branding, concept, and creative consulting. With studios in Paris and Los Angeles we specialize in introducing emerging brands to international markets
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Current city: Los Angeles
Other cities: Paris
Weekends is a design studio with a passion for interior design, branding, concept, and creative consulting. With studios in Paris and Los Angeles we specialize in introducing emerging brands to international markets
 
Part restaurant, part market, part publication, Botanica is a lively space in LA’s Silver Lake neighborhood. We converted the former drop ceiling liquor store by peeling the space back to its original shell and opening up the back wall and patio creating a space that reflects their personality and cooking – bright, lively and communal.
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Ofr is a bookstore, gallery and lifestyle. Alex and Marie have been running one version or another of this Paris institution for the last 20 years. The shelves are always packed with a new selection of books, magazines and art. 
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Guy who works too much. 
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Jonny Look is a director living in Los Angeles. He drinks a lot of coffee and doesn't have a car, so his suggestions will be informed this.
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Fine artist focusing on escapism, surrealism
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Always pushing boundaries, you can expect the unexpected with 20 year old alternative pop artist Maggie Andrew. Meshing together various sounds and unique melodies, “Maggie makes music with teeth.” as described in an article with Pigeons & Planes.
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Matt Asato-Adams is a graphic designer and researcher interested in the relationship between the body, the self, and technology. He recently graduated from ArtCenter College of Design with a BFA in Graphic Design. His practice often investigates the intersection of culture, design, and technology; taking the form of publication design, spatial media, and performance. By embracing the accidental nuances with experimentation and process, he uses design as a tool for speculation and inquiry. His work has been shown at ArtCenter College of Design's 5th floor gallery, Wind Tunnel Gallery, and Prenzlauer Studio / Kunst-Kollektiv.
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