The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016

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During the conference, Dwell’s exclusive home tours offered the rare chance to visit some of the most inspiring private residences in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and Venice.
The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 1 of 8 - A giant mural by the artist Daniel Johnston dominates the outdoor garden of an art-filled home in Venice designed by Chris Rudin.

A giant mural by the artist Daniel Johnston dominates the outdoor garden of an art-filled home in Venice designed by Chris Rudin.


The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 2 of 8 -  Inside, a colorful sectional softens the industrial vibe.

 Inside, a colorful sectional softens the industrial vibe.


The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 3 of 8 - Wide expanses of glass grace an open-plan residence in Santa Monica by architect Carol Beth Cozen.  

Wide expanses of glass grace an open-plan residence in Santa Monica by architect Carol Beth Cozen.  


The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 4 of 8 - Interior designer Denise Kuriger used custom furniture to create a luxurious outdoor living space for this prefab Santa Monica home.

Interior designer Denise Kuriger used custom furniture to create a luxurious outdoor living space for this prefab Santa Monica home.


The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 5 of 8 - Design aficionado Ted Dhanik purchased this Los Angeles home in 2008 and has since overseen a top-down remodel. The house features a fully integrated automation system that includes everything from preferred shower settings to remote-controlled cameras, gates, doors, and blinds.

Design aficionado Ted Dhanik purchased this Los Angeles home in 2008 and has since overseen a top-down remodel. The house features a fully integrated automation system that includes everything from preferred shower settings to remote-controlled cameras, gates, doors, and blinds.


The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 6 of 8 - The interior is strikingly airy and minimally furnished. 

The interior is strikingly airy and minimally furnished. 

The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 7 of 8 - A renovation by Dimster Architecture transformed a Beachwood Canyon home by repurposing and converting multiple rooms, creating a more open, modern dwelling. 

A renovation by Dimster Architecture transformed a Beachwood Canyon home by repurposing and converting multiple rooms, creating a more open, modern dwelling. 


The Home Tours of Dwell on Design 2016 - Photo 8 of 8 - While trying to preserve the design intention of the original Buff, Straub and Hensman home, architect Don Dimster added important extras, like a gorgeous rooftop terrace.  

While trying to preserve the design intention of the original Buff, Straub and Hensman home, architect Don Dimster added important extras, like a gorgeous rooftop terrace.