Collection by Sarah Amandolare

Dwell on Design 2014 Highlights


This year's Dwell on Design in Los Angeles featured four Dwell-curated pavilions, a wide range of onstage speakers, the first-ever Dwell Store Pop-Up, and much more. Couldn't make it to L.A.? Click through the slideshow for the show's highlights.

On opening night, keynote speaker Stephen Burks joined Dwell Editor-in-Chief Amanda Dameron for a conversation onstage.
Onstage talks explored the legacy of midcentury modernism, designer knockoffs, and more.
The first-ever Dwell Store Pop-Up featured favorites from the Dwell Store.
In the Furniture and Accessories zone, Maine-based furniture company Thos. Moser showcased the Fahmida Chair.
The Kitchen and Bath zone featured the latest designs from GE Monogram, TOTO, and Hansgrohe, among others.
Dwell-curated pavilions focused on design for humankind, scandinavian design, the modern family, and technology.
Students from design schools, such as AAVSLA, displayed their work in the Design for Tomorrow pavilion.
Onstage, architect Jesse Bornstein and Rob Fissmer, the head of Vitsoe North America, discussed designing for growing...
Grace Hawthorne of Paper Punk led a weekend-long interactive exhibit in which attendees used pieces from her Urban Fold...
Ice cream sandwich makerCoolhaus launched a Dwell-inspired flavor on the show floor called Dwell on DeVine.
Cadillac, Fiat, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi, Porsche, and Volvo brought a fleet of hybrid and electric cars to the Green...
The Dwell on Design Awards recognized 10 outstanding exhibitors for product and booth design.
Throughout the weekend at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, attendees relaxed in the beer garden at Dwell Outdoor.