Erin Cullerton

LA Conservancy

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Publicist for the LA Conservancy, and strategist and consultant for design companies and events at Design Agency Co; co-host of design east of La Brea, an organization that produces design events in Los Angeles

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Part of LA's vigorous architecture culture was the work of the maverick architects who made their mark in Venice in the 1970s and 80s – among them Fred Fisher, Frank Gehry, Stephen…

Venice

Part of LA's vigorous architecture culture was the work of the maverick architects who made their mark in Venice in the 1970s and 80s – among them Fred Fisher, Frank Gehry, Stephen…

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The design enthusiasts Marissa Gluck, Alissa Walker, Haily Zaki and Erin Cullerton together run  de LaB , aka Design East of La Brea—a part-party, part-culture club that introduces…

Shopping Locally for LA-Made Goods

The design enthusiasts Marissa Gluck, Alissa Walker, Haily Zaki and Erin Cullerton together run de LaB , aka Design East of La Brea—a part-party, part-culture club that introduces…

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