Product Porch: A New Kind of Museum Store
Stop by Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego to shop Dwell-worthy inventory, showcasing some of the most talented young artists and designers working today.
A new kind of museum store has set up shop in downtown S.D. A limited-engagement pop-up experiment at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Product Porch is a collaboration between the museum and La Jolla natives turned international tastemakers Brooks Hudson Thomas (of L.A.’s Specific Merchandise) and Blaire Dessent (of Paris’s Vitrine). In lieu of exhibition catalogs and notebooks, this shop’s Dwell-worthy inventory showcases some of the most talented young artists and designers working today. You’ll find pink crocheted bookshelves from Adrian Clutario, birch plywood stack lamps from industrial designer Dino Sanchez and one-of-a-kind side tables handcrafted in Brooklyn from reclaimed American hardwood, among other covetable items. Product Porch is open during standard museum hours (11 am-5 pm daily except Wednesdays) and runs in conjunction with MCASD’s critically hailed Phenomenal exhibition of Light & Space artists, through Jan. 22. 1001 Kettner Blvd., downtown, 858.454.3541. www.mcasd.org