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August 28, 2013
We invited architects, designers, and residents who have appeared in the pages of Dwell to join us onstage at this year’s Dwell on Design, which took place in June. Here’s a recap of those who took us from the page to the stage.

Landscape architect Bernard Trainor, whose lovely work graced a page in our April 2013 Indoor-Outdoor issue, joined us onstage to talk about landscaping iconic houses, and signed his new book, Landprints. Watch the video here.

Photo by Jason Liske

Originally appeared in Landscape Architect Bernard Trainor
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Family gathered in kitchen

Brothers Soheil and Nima Nakhshab took the stage to talk about their design for a modern, mutigenerational house for themselves, their parents, and Soheil’s family in San Diego that appeared in the July/August issue of Dwell.

Photo by Ye Rin Mok

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Outdoor pool with street art.

 

Architect Mike Jacobs spoke onstage about the renovation he did for for actor Jayma Mays and her partner, Adam Campbell, in Los Feliz, an enclave of Los Angeles, which appeared in the June issue of Dwell

Photo by Floto + Warner

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Actor Bryan Cranston was joined by builder Bryan Henson and project designer John Turturro, who helped him realize the green beach house featured in the July/August issue of Dwell.

Photo by Art Streiber

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The living room in 1994 from the outside looking in, the angle from which most visitors view the space. Ray bordered the house with potted plants, which remain outside today. Photo courtesy <a href="http://www.timstreet-porter.com/home.html">Tim Street-Po

We’ve been keeping tabs on the Eames House restoration for years, and at this year’s show we were joined by the whole project team at work on what they call the 250-Year Plan: Lucia Dewey Atwood of the Eames Foundation, Frank Escher of Escher GuneWardena, and Susan MacDonald of the Getty Conservation Institute. Watch the video here.

Photo courtesy Tim Street-Porter

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Landscape architect Bernard Trainor, whose lovely work graced a page in our April 2013 Indoor-Outdoor issue, joined us onstage to talk about landscaping iconic houses, and signed his new book, Landprints. Watch the video here.

Photo by Jason Liske

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