Call for Dwell Los Angeles Home Tour Submissions

By Erika Heet / Published by Dwell
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Calling all architects: You are invited to submit a home for consideration for the 2014 Dwell Los Angeles Home Tours. Join Dwell for the dynamic weeklong celebration of modern architecture that is Dwell Design Week, the Dwell Modern Home Tours, and the country’s largest design event, Dwell on Design, June 20-22.

We are searching for unique homes in Los Angeles, specifically on the West Side (in or near Venice preferred—one spot left!), East Side, and Hollywood, to be featured in our celebrated modern architecture tours on June 14 (West Side) and 21 (East Side). Architects, this is your chance to see your work featured prominently in one of the country’s most compelling design events. Each home included in the tour will also be featured on Select homes will be featured in Dwell magazine.

Photo by Mike Schwartz.

Photo by Mike Schwartz.

To submit your entry, please send an email with home information (including location, description, date built, square footage, number of rooms, and a few interior and exterior images), to Dwell on Design Editorial Director, Erika Heet, at

Please note that homes currently for sale are not eligible for consideration. Also please indicate whether the home has been on, or is being considered for, any other tour. Homes must have reasonable access to parking for attendees. Homeowners should be prepared for at least 400 tour attendees. Insurance and security is provided, and complete privacy is assured. To learn more information about this opportunity, contact us today! Submissions are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Erika Heet


Erika Heet has been working in publishing for more than 20 years, including years spent as a senior editor at Architectural Digest and Robb Report. She has written for Architectural Digest, Robb Report, Interiors, Bon Appétit, Sierra Magazine, and The Berkeley Fiction Review. She recently wrote the foreword to New Tropical Classics: Hawaiian Homes by Shay Zak. She lives in a Topanga cabin with her artist husband and two children.

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