Designed for art dealer Perry Rubenstein, the PR Gallery turned a renovated Hollywood warehouse into a 7,400 square foot art gallery. Separated from one another by intimate courtyards, a collection of differently proportioned volumes provide multiple gallery environments for various types of art, and exhibition.
Each gallery receives natural light from a combinations of skylights, an borrowed light from the adjacent courtyard. Allowing the gallery spaces to intersect with exterior courtyards establishes a new balance of art environments—as well as ideal day-lit galleries, overall experiential unity, and a strong sense of place.
Executed by Yo-ichiro Hakomori as Architect and Partner at wHY Architecture