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  1. Dwell on Design Conference

    Dwell on Design Conference

    Dwell on Design's annual conference offers attendees a chance to see the magazine brought to life. Curated and conducted by the editors of Dwell, the event brings together the brightest minds and...

    05.27.09

  2. Dwell on Design Keynote Speaker: Daniel Pink

    Dwell on Design Keynote Speaker: Daniel Pink

    Good news for design enthusiasts: The future is in our hands. So says best-selling author and expert in creativity and innovation Daniel Pink, Dwell on Design's keynote speaker. In his book, A...

    05.27.09

  3. Dwell on Design Architectural Movie Night and Mobile Restaurant Row

    Dwell on Design Architectural Movie Night and Mobile Restaurant Row

    On Saturday night, leave the super-villains and animated penguins at home and join us for an architectural night at the movies. With popcorn in hand, we'll be filling the seats for the Los Angeles...

    05.27.09

  4. AIA Los Angeles Restaurant Design Awards

    AIA Los Angeles Restaurant Design Awards

    The American Institute of Architects' Los Angeles chapter takes the stage to announce the winners of the fifth-annual Restaurant Design Awards. These awards celebrate excellence in the design of...

    05.27.09

  5. Dwell on Design Home Tour: Los Angeles West Side

    Dwell on Design Home Tour: Los Angeles West Side

    This self-drive tour through Los Angeles' West Side is a 'Surf and Turf' tour from Beverly Hills to Venice Beach. Join us as we explore modern homes in the hills and down towards the sea breeze....

    05.27.09

  6. Dwell on Design Home Tour: Los Angeles East Side

    Dwell on Design Home Tour: Los Angeles East Side

    This self-drive tour through Los Angeles' East Side substitutes hills for beaches and hipster enclaves for coastal fog. This isn't a part of L.A. that many tourists get to see. Silver Lake, Eagle...

    05.27.09

  7. 101 Travel
    Design 101

    101 Travel

    From trains to planes, see how travel is inextricably linked to design. Plus is Philippe Starck coming to a Motel 6 near you?

    written by: Sam Grawe
    05.27.09

  8. Interview: Filmmaker Eric Bricker
    Dwell on Design

    Interview: Filmmaker Eric Bricker

    A documentary screening at Dwell on Design zooms in for a close-up on 98-year-old architectural photographer Julius Shulman and his iconic images that came to define modernism and Los Angeles with...

    written by: Alissa Walker
    05.27.09

  9. Angled End Tables

    Angled End Tables

    There were quite a few beautifully crafted wood pieces at ICFF this year, and we loved the look of these angled end tables from Canadian designer Kurt Dexel. Constructed from white oak and...

  10. The Bilbao Effect
    Design 101

    The Bilbao Effect

    In the last 15 years, many a postindustrial city has redefined itself as a design center. Glasgow after its year as European City ...

    written by: Jane Szita
    05.26.09

  11. Electrolux Oxygen3 Ultra

    Electrolux Oxygen3 Ultra

    Like the Bosch, the Electrolux is an agile and effective machine. The difference is that the Electrolux seems more thought out in both material and functionality. The attention to detail, finish,...

  12. 2007: A Space Odyssey
    Design 101

    2007: A Space Odyssey

    Any cachet attached to the potential of space tourism was placed in dire straits when N’Sync heartthrob Lance Bass signed up to hitch a ride on a manned Russian rocket 
to the International...

    written by: Dianna Dilworth
    05.26.09

  13. Hoover WindTunnel Canister S3639

    Hoover WindTunnel Canister S3639

    This isn’t the best-looking machine on the market, but it certainly remains true to the Hoover name as far as suction goes. It’s unfortunate that such a powerful, well-made mechanical...

  14. Back on Track
    Design 101

    Back on Track

    What is it about trains that gets kids going gaga? Undoubtedly it has much to do with their wheels of steel, whistles, and distinc- tive chugga-chugga sound.

    written by: Andrew Wagner
    05.26.09

  15. Bosch Formula Electro Duo Plus HEPA

    Bosch Formula Electro Duo Plus HEPA

    Not to throw the c-bomb around too much, but this machine is dang cute. The design is simple and straightforward; there aren’t too many buttons or settings to overwhelm, and the performance...

  16. Putting the Motel in Hotels
    Design 101

    Putting the Motel in Hotels

    When design hotels first appeared in the ’80s, with their stylish bars, big-name designers, and excessive tariffs, many of us could have been forgiven for thinking that they were merely...

    written by: Iain Aitch
    05.26.09

  17. Miele Red Velvet

    Miele Red Velvet

    This is as close to perfect a vacuum as any. The quality of each of the attachments, the material, and overall usability are impressive. The one drawback is the price, which is more than most...

  18. Sanyo SC-X1000P Bagless Canister Vacuum

    Sanyo SC-X1000P Bagless Canister Vacuum

    Well, we couldn’t complain about the suction—until something got stuck. The design of this machine connotes power, but it’s largely aesthetic and insubstantial.  This machine...

  19. Branding the Friendly Skies
    Design 101

    Branding the Friendly Skies

    In Barbara S. Peterson’s new book, Blue Streak: Inside JetBlue, the Upstart that Rocked an Industry, she recounts the rise of the design-meets-discount airline through the biography of its...

    written by: Dianna Dilworth
    05.26.09

  20. Cabin Envy
    Design 101

    Cabin Envy

    I’m tired of hearing about the golden age 
of flight, that era when air hostesses (never hosts) wore Pucci uniforms, Pan Am logos adorned everything from complimentary socks to midtown...

    written by: Sam Grawe
    05.26.09

  21. ecobee Smart Thermostat
    Post

    ecobee Smart Thermostat

    Integrating smart technology into home energy and heating/cooling systems is a no-brainer. Few tools make it easier to save money and conserve resources without lifting a finger or remembering a...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    05.26.09

  22. Kathryn Gustafson on the Future of Landscape Design
    --The Future of

    Kathryn Gustafson on the Future of Landscape Design

    As housing demographics shift, 
so too does our conception of the average American residential landscape.

    05.26.09

  23. Missing the Mark
    --Done Wrong

    Missing the Mark

    Landscape design is a matter of personal taste, but there are some approaches that almost any designer would recommend against.

    written by: Amber Bravo
    05.26.09

  24. Well Pruned
    --Done Right

    Well Pruned

    There is such a variety of well-executed residential landscape designs, it is difficult (and arbitrary) to cite one as being superlative. However, each of the following projects deals well with a...

    written by: Amber Bravo
    05.26.09

  25. Judy Kameon on the Future of Landscape Design
    --The Future of

    Judy Kameon on the Future of Landscape Design

    There’s a common misconception that the scale of domestic projects places them in the realm of “garden designers” rather than landscape architects, but size is not always the...

    05.26.09

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