The Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California is referred to as the Blue Whale and is one of Hollywood's most renowned architectural icons. Designed by Cesar Pelli, the large blue and green building holds more than 130 design and furniture showrooms. This is the venue of Wolfgang Puck's trendy Red Seven restaurant. This stylish building is the West Coast's largest resource for cutting edge furniture and home décor and is open Monday through Friday only. A resell license is required to buy anything from the shops and stores. The building is located at the intersection of Melrose and North San Vicente in the West Hollywood district.
Some of the products offered at the Pacific Design Center not only include furniture and home furnishings, but also fabrics, floor coverings, wall coverings, lighting and kitchen and bath products. Professionals and design enthusiasts are welcome to shop at the Pacific Design Center and PDC designers are occasionally on site to assist with showroom purchases in the trade only showrooms. The building occupies over 3,000 square feet of exhibition space. Admission is free to the center and parking is ample and convenient around the building. Parking lots are available near both the front and the rear entrance of the building.