A+D Museum, also known as Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, is a museum for architecture and design in Los Angeles, California. It is located on Wilshire Boulevard in Museum Row in the Miracle Mile district, next to the Peterson Automotive Museum. A+D Museum was co-founded by Stephen Kanner in 2001. Kanner was inspired by a similar museum he had visited in Helsinki, Finland.
The A+D Museum first opened its doors in January 2001 in the Bradbury Building, located at 304 South Broadway (3rd Street and Broadway) in downtown Los Angeles; a space generously donated by Ira Yellin. When the Bradbury building was sold in 2003 the museum moved to a temporary location on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. In 2006 A+D Museum found a home on Museum Row in the Miracle Mile district at 5900 Wilshire Boulevard; across the street from LACMA. In April 2010, the museum opened a permanent location at 6032 Wilshire Boulevard, across the street from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.