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Dwell Design Lab Recap

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Over the weekend of October 29th and 30th, Dwell hosted its first ever Design Lab in San Francisco. Bay Area-based designers, architects, and landscape architects gathered at the Millennium Tower to share their latest works with the public. The Bay Area is known for possessing an eclectic style, one that is as unique as the denizens that call the region their home, and the exhibitors on hand represented that sensibility as seen in the steampunk-like lighting by Jefferson Mack Metal, the verdant living walls by Kellee Adams, and the peaceful bedroom made from reclaimed materials by Reba Jones. Here's a recap of the Design Lab exhibitiors.

Lighting installation by Sand Studio at the 2011 Dwell Design Lab in San Francisco.
Designers, architects, and the public interested in learning more about the latest design trends gathered on the 52nd...
Custom furniture maker Berkeley Mills exhibited their Zahma dining table and chairs.
Architect Reba Jones of San Francisco-based Butler Armsden presented an serene bedroom vignette consisting of designs...
Kellee Adams of Dig-It Landscape Design presented this lush living wall featuring succulents and edible plants.
Among the materials exhibitors, Fireclay Tile had one of the most impressive backstories.
A handful of the raw materials that make up Fireclay's tiles.
Most architects and designers will agree that the execution of details is key to a successful design.
Here's Urban Lab's installation outside of the CJM.
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