Los Angeles, CA [February 17, 2016] On March 24, A+D Architecture and Design Museum>Los Angeles (A+D) will present Come In! DTLA, an exhibition that celebrates the Museum’s new neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles and the designers who find inspiration there! 

The latest installment of the Museum's Come In series presents what is on the minds and in the studios of the cutting edge, innovative designers of Los Angeles. Featured work pushes the boundaries of traditional forms of architecture and design and extends to graphics, digital media, landscape, fashion, furniture, installation, photography, sculpture and more.
Come In! DTLA is organized by A+D Architecture and Design Museum>Los Angeles and curated by Danielle Rago. Exhibition design by Tyler McMartin.

AVE PILDAS is a Los Angeles-based photographer and educator.
BEHNAZ FARAHI is an architect, and interaction designer, exploring the potential of interactive environments and their relationship to the human body.
BESLER & SONS is a Los Angeles based practice that works across multiple sites of production and is led by Erin and Ian Besler.
CHRIS FRANCIS is a Los Angeles-based shoemaker and designer who combines global shoemaking traditions with references to high fashion, Cubism, and street art. His hand-constructed, one-of-a-kind pairs are equal parts contemporary art object, wearable shoe, and narrative device.
COMMONSTUDIO is a collaborative creative practice exploring the complex ecologies of the urban landscape through the lens of design.
HK ZAMANI is the studio of Iranian-born artist Habib Kheradyar Zamani who lives and works in Los Angeles. His work is guided by extreme influences ranging from asceticism to psychedelia.
JULIA KOERNER | JK DESIGN is an award-winning designer working at the convergence of architecture, product and fashion design – specialized in additive manufacturing and robotic technology.
KAT CATMUR is a graphic designer and British émigré on long term loan to California. Her work often uses language, typography and emerging technologies to explore ideas and alternative possibilities for communication.
KILLSPENCER X SNARKITECTURE is a collaboration between two design pratices. KILLSPENCER, led by Spencer Nikosey, an industrial designer based in Los Angeles and SNARKITECTURE, led by artist and architect duo Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham in New York.
LAD DESIGN is the graphic design studio of Lawrence Azerrad, a downtown Los Angeles-based graphic designer and creative director. The studio is dedicated to elevation cultural experience through good design.
OZEL OFFICE is an interdisciplinary design practice located in Los Angeles and led by architect, artists and researcher Guvenc Ozel. The firm works at the intersection of architecture, visual arts, technology and research on urban culture.
ROSS HANSEN DESIGN is a landscape architect and furniture designer. His current body of work, The Study of Display, scrambles the sensory cues of display fixtures with interior archetypes and external environment
STILL ROOM is the graphic design studio of Jessica Flesichmann, currently with Florian Brożek and Dorothy in.
TAIDGH O’NEILL DESIGN is the Los Angeles-based design practice of artist and designer Taidgh O’Neill that bridges his self-taught wood craft with his art background.
TIM DURFEE STUDIO is an interdisciplinary architecture studio that produces work at all scales, with a particular interest in discovering forms of design relavent for life now.
UNTITLED MONDAYS is a group of creative women in Los Angeles. They are artists, writers, photographers, architects, and designers; and are all boss ass bitches.
VERTEBRAE redefines craft. Founded by architect Lisa Little in 2012, the firm brings together the rigor of engineering with the pleasure of making things by hand. Our work ranges from residential and commercial commissions to sculpture and large-scale public installations.

VINCENT TOMCZYK is a fine artist whose work centers on objects to stimulate visceral connections. Working primarily with paper, his art is part craftsman and part engineer.

Established in response to the need for a space that would be devoted expressly to the exhibition of progressive architecture and design in Los Angeles, A+D Museum opened its doors in January 2001 in the Bradbury Building, one of downtown Los Angeles’ premiere landmark buildings. Now located in downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District, A+D continues to be the only museum in Los Angeles where continuous exhibits of architecture and design are on view. Through exhibits, symposia, multi-disciplinary projects, educational and community programming, A+D serves as a showcase for the work of important regional, national and international designers, providing a forum for contemporary issues in architecture, urbanism, and design that are helping to shape the city. Support from corporations, community businesses, foundations and individuals will ensure the continued vitality of what Dwell editor and New York Times contributor Frances Anderton heralded as a “very real force in the city.”
For current exhibition and program information call 213-346-9734 or visit Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am–5pm, Saturday & Sunday 12pm-6pm. Closed Mondays and national holidays. A+D Museum is located at 900 East 4th Street in Downtown Los Angeles. Free parking is available onsite.