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Lorian Elbert Pavement Series II

Dragonette Ltd

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Lorian Elbert Pavement Series II

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Why We Love This

Framed black and white photograph from a commissioned series by the late artist Lorian Tamara Elbert.

Patrick Dragonette established his LA showroom in 1996 after an earlier foray onto the stage. “I attended theater school in New York and thought I’d be an actor,” says Dragonette, “but I have always been drawn to antiques and design.” In addition to owning one of the country’s top designer resources for high-end midcentury furniture, art, and accessories, Dragonette tackles the role of interior designer. Among his commissions: orchestrating an astonishing collection of midcentury pieces for a Hal Levitt house in Trousdale Estates.

Why We Love This

Framed black and white photograph from a commissioned series by the late artist Lorian Tamara Elbert.

Patrick Dragonette established his LA showroom in 1996 after an earlier foray onto the stage. “I attended theater school in New York and thought I’d be an actor,” says Dragonette, “but I have always been drawn to antiques and design.” In addition to owning one of the country’s top designer resources for high-end midcentury furniture, art, and accessories, Dragonette tackles the role of interior designer. Among his commissions: orchestrating an astonishing collection of midcentury pieces for a Hal Levitt house in Trousdale Estates.