3559 1/2 W. Casitas Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039

Monday-Friday 10am-5pm

The Kalon showroom, located in the Atwater Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, will be open 10am – 5pm Monday through Friday.  Events, workshops, and panels highlighting the greater LA creative community, kindred makers from other cities, and subjects important to Kalon’s practice will take place on site.

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Events, workshops, and panels highlighting the greater LA creative community, kindred makers, and subjects important to Kalon’s practice will take place on site. Send us a note with any questions or for programming and partnership opportunities. Check back for new and upcoming events.


Luego Luego — Design from Mexico City

An exhibition and trunk show of work from three CDMX, women-owned design studios that exemplify contemporary Mexican design. Curated by Kalon, Luego Luego includes made-to-measure, fine shirting by Chava Studio, ceramics by Perla Valtierra, and artisanal bronze work and wild-harvested teas by Casa Ahorita. Luego Luego will also present a special, limited-edition, collaborative project between Kalon, Perla Valtierra and Té Ahorita. All the work is exclusive to the event and will be available for purchase. More…

January 20 – January 25
10am – 5pm

New Works — A Preview

A preview of new works will be on display in the Kalon Showroom for INTRO / LA. Conjoining events will take place on the same block at Small Office, Waka Waka and Estudio Persona, including Market Fall by Iko Iko and the official release of The Scene paper. More than two dozen LA design studios will be on site.

October 27-29
Cocktail Party Friday, October 27
5pm – 8pm

Open to the public October 28 & 29

Past: Trame — 'Seminara Mask' Installation

The first US installation of work by Paris-based design studio Trame. Developed by select artists in collaboration with artisans from Calabria, Italy, Trame’s capsule collection of handcrafted Seminara masks are ostentatious and grotesque, with deliberately frightening features to scare away all malevolent beings and forces in order to protect the home. The masks are finished in enormous wood fired kilns, which adds an uncontrollable twist to the features and colors rendered by the artisan’s hands — the final touch in their fierce and imperfect beauty. More …

March 16 – April 30
Opening Thursday, March 16
5:30pm – 8pm

Past: Holiday Shop

Kalon’s holiday shop puts its focus on the women of the Bauhaus and Black Mountain College. Refugees, educators, poets, potters, painters and performers, these women found a way to make space for themselves within institutions and movements where women’s voices were (and still are) largely absent. The collections we have on display are an ode to the enduring inspiration of these women and the power of the work they created. This special offering of giftable items includes our newly released wooden Tableware inspired by work done by Mim Sihvonen, handprinted table and bed linens inspired by the women of the Bauhaus by Studio Ford, and beautiful handcrafted bronze accessories for the table by Ramsey Conder.

In store shopping through December 23rd.
Opening December 3rd
2pm – 4pm

Past: Kalon x Reath - Special Collection

Installation of the Kalon x Reath collaboration.

Released in 2020, the Rugosa Collection is the synthesis of a many years’ conversation exploring the evolving function and spirit of the living room. Inspired by the Narragansett home from which the collection takes its name, Rugosa was designed to invite comfort — both communal and solitary. Two years later, the collaboration with fellow LA-based design studio, Reath Design, looked to this original seed of inspiration to present a brand new limited release of custom upholstery for the Rugosa Sofa, Rugosa Daybed, and Rugosa Chair. More…

Opening September 7
6pm – 8pm

Viewing by appointment through October 30th.

Past: Bough Collection - New Work

A celebration of the Bough Collection, including a debut of new designs.

The Bough Collection was first released in May 2018 during New York Design Week after two years of development. A celebration of America’s longstanding, but increasingly rare furniture craft industries, the pieces required a level of precision not commonly found in woodworking. Complex joinery used throughout the collection was developed by Kalon using the most advanced manufacturing methods available. More…

Opening June 9
5pm – 8pm

Viewing by appointment through August 19th.

Past: Laure Joliet — 'Invitations' Installation

The first fine art show of LA-based photographer Laure Joliet. One of the most widely published interior photographers working today, Joliet has captured a plethora of aspirational homes and styled scenes. Elsewhere, in moments stolen, Joliet turns her lens on earthly and domestic observations and found vignettes marked by a striking intimacy. Invitations is curated across nearly a decade of unpublished archive material and exhibited within the Kalon showroom. More…

Opening Saturday, April 9
5pm – 8pm
Open to the public.

Viewing by appointment through May 7th.

Past: Open Studio & Sample Sale

Our first ever Open Studio Saturday. To celebrate, we’re hosting a sample sale — featuring Kalon favorites, rare one-offs, and samples, alongside objects curated by @honeyedfigs. This is extremely rare around these parts, so don’t miss it!

3559 1/2 W. Casitas Avenue
Saturday, February 5

Past: Rachel Craven Holiday Trunk Show

Rachel Craven designs minimal silhouettes for all bodies at her studio in Glendale, California. She founded her namesake line with the goal of creating simple and elegant clothing that offers all bodies freedom of movement and expression. The Holiday Trunk show will feature this year’s holiday line featuring sensuous sumac linen, grounding earth green Japanese wool, soft fabrics, and generous hues chosen for their grace and depth. Find elegant wool coats, luxurious silk dresses, and Craven’s timeless high quality linen. More…

Past: Korean Bojagi Workshop with Nossi Bojagi

The Korean textile technique of Bojagi has played an important role in Korean culture for centuries. Utilizing square pieces of cloth skillfully constructed from a variety of fabrics, these beautifully functional items were a means of self-expression as well as an integral part of everyday life. Today, Bojagi is a thoughtful way to lessen our environmental impact during a season of gifting.

Guided by Ellen of Nossi Bojagi, attendees will pick from a special edit of environmentally-conscious fabrics and learn 5 different wrapping and knot applications, with the option to bring personal items or gifts to wrap. A special offering of Korean teas by Kioh Tea will be available.