Swiss watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet has expanded its West Coast footprint with the opening of AP House Los Angeles. The West Hollywood outpost marks the latest addition to a global network of elegant immersive clubhouses for collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Highlighting Audemars Piguet’s craftsmanship, AP House Los Angeles features an on-site watchmaker to service client timepieces, as well as masterclasses, events, and an oak-paneled gallery showcasing the latest collection of timepieces.
As Audemars Piguet America's CEO, Ginny Wright shares, AP House Los Angeles further cements the brand's commitment to “creativity and craftsmanship at all levels, pairing the best of Le Brassus with the best of the West Coast.”
Across 6,500 square feet, and with breathtaking views of the city and hills, the Brigette Romanek designed penthouse captures the brand's elegance and craft. Romanek's design features layered wood, velvet, mohair, coloured glass, and brass in hues of beige and green, embracing the nature of Audemars Piguet’s Swiss roots through the lens of Southern California.
As Romanek explains, “We ultimately created a space that seamlessly represents the shared fun, beauty, and DNA of Los Angeles and Audemars Piguet.” AP House also features a rotating series of contemporary artwork from François Ghebaly Gallery. With a dedication to heritage and a commitment to the creative community, Audemars Piguet aspires to bring forth the spirit of independence to Los Angeles.