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Dwell on Design 2011

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Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, 90015

Join Dwell for a weekend centered all around modern design from food to prefab to crafts to products to architecture. Curated by Dwell editors and attended by scores of design-seekers, Dwell on Design is the West Coast's largest design event. Don't miss an exciting weekend of seminars, discussions, 200+ exhibitors, special guests, and more.

To kick things off, Bill McDonough, author of Cradle to Cradle, will be presenting a keynote address on Friday, June 24th, from 6:00pm-7:00pm. Among the many topics the accomplished architect will discuss are how new ways of thinking can can create a future that's "more good" rather than "less bad."

Featured presentations hosted by Dwell's editors span the spectrum of landscape design, sustainability, interviews on what it's like to live in an Airstream, how-to printmaking, and a screening of lesser-known films from the Eames archive. For a complete list of the many panel discussions, please click through to dod.dwell.com. Panelists include architect Eric Owen Moss, Cass Calder Smith, Architizer co-founder Marc Kushner, and Ed Begley Jr. On June 25th, join our friends at Architecture for Humanity for a special Pecha Kucha discussion on the theme of Regeneration.

One of the most popular events surrounding Dwell on Design are our self-guided tours of modern homes all across Los Angeles. Catch six homes on the Westside Home Tour on June 18th, and six more homes on the Eastside Home Tour on June 25th.

As any Dwell reader can attest, we can't get enough of modern design for living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, and backyards. Click here for an overview of the different exhibits on the show floor.

There are plenty more goings-on at Dwell on Design! Visit dod.dwell.com for more details. Hope to see you there!

Click here to see highlights from Dwell on Design 2010! 

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