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June 16, 2014
The Modern Family program at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, June 20-22, ranges from thoughtful onstage conversations to a Dwell-curated pavilion on the show floor. Click through the slideshow for a preview.
colorful dollhouses made of paper
The Modern Family pavilion on the show floor will feature a gallery-like display of photography from the pages of Dwell, and the latest family-friendly products and designs. Alyson Beaton, founder of Lille Huset, will show her eco-friendly, DIY "doll houses" and join us for an onstage conversation.
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Silver toy that looks futuristic
Inside the pavilion, an array of sustainable toys and art supplies from Green Apple Supply will be available for play, along with Moluk's Bilibo Rocking Toy, a dynamically shaped multipurpose piece, and other toys from the Dwell Store.
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Modern orange baby stroller
Bugaboo's colorful strollers, which can be upgraded over time, and Norwegian company Stokke's cribs, which convert into beds as children grow, will be displayed inside the Modern Family pavilion.
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Colorful paper robot for kids
Grace Hawthorne, ReadyMade founder and Stanford d.School professor, invented Paper Punk to inspire hands-on creativity. Attendees will have a chance to add to a paper metropolis using Hawthorne's colorful Urban Fold kit throughout the weekend. She'll also join us onstage.
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Modern house and driveway in California
Two dads well-versed in design—architect Jesse Bornstein and Rob Fissmer, the head of Vitsoe North America—will take to the stage to discuss fathers' changing roles as consumers and designers. Bornstein's house has been featured in Dwell. Photo by Catherine Ledner.
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Modern wood crib with baby in it
Sustainable design champions Robin Wilson, a New York-based green designer, and Hilde Angelfoss, director of innovation and design at Stokke, will join us for an onstage conversation about creating beautifully designed, healthy environments for children.
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colorful dollhouses made of paper
The Modern Family pavilion on the show floor will feature a gallery-like display of photography from the pages of Dwell, and the latest family-friendly products and designs. Alyson Beaton, founder of Lille Huset, will show her eco-friendly, DIY "doll houses" and join us for an onstage conversation.

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