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June 21, 2014
On the show floor at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, Dwell-curated pavilions, design schools, and museums displayed exciting new work. Click through the slideshow for the highlights.
Scandinavian rugs and glassware
At the Scandinavian pavilion, Birds by Oiva Toikka for Iittala were displayed alongside a Vallila rug.
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neon green watering can and salad spinner
At the pavilion devoted to Design for Humankind, innovative products emphasized an expanded notion of design for all populations. Moen's Folding Teak Shower Seat and OXO's Good Grips Salad Spinner and Indoor Pour & Store Water Can caught attendees' eyes, along with photographs of Dwell-featured homes such as Orchard House in Sebastopol, California.
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tent for kids
Dwell explored the notion of Modern Family in a pavilion featuring the Sleepi Crib and Tripp Trapp chair by Norwegian company Stokke, toys by Green Apple Supply, and The Wilderness Collection Field Tent and Backcountry Stool by Kalon Studios and Nico Nico.
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architectural models for zero-energy housing, featured on a tabletop
The Georgia Tech School of Architecture (with Architecture for Humanity and Resource Furniture) displayed the entries for its student design competition to create rooms for a zero-energy house.
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Grace Hawthorne of Paper Punk has been leading creation of a DIY, interactive paper metropolis in the Modern Family pavilion. Attendees can add to the installation throughout the weekend.
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student design work
The Woodbury University Hollywood Outpost (WUHO) has a pop-up installation in the Design For Tomorrow pavilion, which features student work. WUHO showcased faculty, alumni, and student work from the Woodbury School of Architecture, including Somewhere Something by Jason King with Justin Owens and Robert Mehring.
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Scandinavian rugs and glassware
At the Scandinavian pavilion, Birds by Oiva Toikka for Iittala were displayed alongside a Vallila rug.

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