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Woodbury launches Small Scale Architecture Store in time for the holidays

Woodbury University School of Architecture's WUHO Gallery is playing host to a Small Scale Architecture Store. Shown: notNeutral City Plate Collection by RCH Studios. (Courtesy RCH Studios)

If you have some holiday shopping left to do, you’re in luck.

The Woodbury University School of Architecture in Los Angeles has launched a Small Scale Architecture Store just in time for the holidays.

Located at the university’s WUHO Gallery in Hollywood, the store features products and furniture pieces created by thought-provoking designers including Bureau Spectacular, DOT DOT DOT, Jenny Wu, New Affiliates, Ryan Tyler Martinez, ver|texx, and Yeh Studio.

Photo of Bureau Spectacular’s Snuggle body pillow

Bureau Spectacular’s Snuggle body pillow is for sale. (Madelynn Ringo)

The store aims to “celebrate and sell the work of designers who push the boundaries of architecture and object, function and assembly, material and product, to produce indispensable objects to wear, utilize, adorn, carry, occupy, enlighten, and beautify” according to a press release.

Included in the products that are up for sale are city-themed plates from NotNeutral, the product arm of RCH Studios, a faceted pendant light from DOT DOT DOT, fiberglass chairs from LA Forum and Modernica, and a Helicoid planter by Paul Anvar, among many others.

Proceeds from the sales of the work will fund Woodbury University School of Architecture student scholarships.

The store will run until December 23. See the WUHO Gallery website for more information.

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