The West Coast design show curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, Dwell on Design, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center beginning next Friday, June 17 through 23.
Remodelista and L.A. design firm Curated will host The Designer Is In, enabling consumers to pair with a leading interior designer who will be on-site to tackle attendee's interior issues. Ranging from storage solutions to large-scale remodels, these designers will be able to offer free advice on the spot.
Two Home Tours features a tours will feature six modern homes on the West and East Side of L.A. Self-drive or carpooling means you can set your own pace. Click here to purchase tickets.
Every year, Zem Joaquin (founder of Ecofabulous) and her ab fab team transform a prefab structure into a simple, accessible, and gorgeous example of green living. The Ecofabulous Modern Living Showcase Home is then sold on eBay with proceeds benefitting Global Green USA.
The 7th annual Restaurant Design Awards will be announced by AIA Los Angeles. Nominees include projects from around the country, and many of them are from California. Click here to see the list of nominees.
The first-ever Modern World Awards will recognize the best products, objects, and furniture in the world of design. Chosen by Dwell editors, the nominees come from across five categories: eat, live, create, work, and play. The Dwell on Design Awards will recognize the “Best in Show” selected by a panel of esteemed judges.
This year Dwell on Design will be featuring over 200 brands on the exhibition show floor, including the 25 designs nominated in the Modern World Awards.
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