Store Beverly Hills

Selected Quotations from International Media


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"Starck's Californian Dream! His sexy and intelligent world is now in Los Angeles. TASCHEN, world's leading art publisher opens its store in Los Angeles. Shining walnut floor, bronze book shelf and Arbert Oehlen's collages on the walls and the ceilings look gorgeous and sophisticated." — Casa Brutus, Tokyo, Japan
"The bullshit nature of most English shops is underlined by the new TASCHEN store in Beverly Hills... A resounding 'must try harder' to our Harry Potter-peddling institutions." — Arena, London, United Kingdom
"Taschen, who began his book-bound celebrity in the 80s with comics, enlisted the expertise of the master of modernism, Philippe Starck, to design the handsome, glossy space on Beverly drive in Los Angeles, which will open in November." — CITY, New York, United States
"Also new to the neighborhood is TASCHEN, a bookstore designed by Philippe Starck that features the exquisite coffee-table books of the German-based publisher." — Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, United States
"No one could accuse Benedikt Taschen of running a narrow-minded publishing house. In fact, it's nearly impossible to define an editorial mission that aims to produce books priced from $10 to $7,500, and subject matter from the first Lutheran Bible to the aptly named Naked As a Jaybird." — Angeleno, Los Angeles, United States
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TASCHEN Store Beverly Hills

354 N. Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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Tel +1-310-274 4300
store-beverly(at)taschen.com

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