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Highlights from Dwell on Design 2011


Temperatures were sweltering in L.A. over the weekend, but the 20,000 plus attendees at our sixth annual Dwell on Design conference—who took to the Convention Center in droves—were able to check out the latest and greatest design finds in cool, easy-breezy style. There was no shortage of things to look at, sit in, and test out. If you weren't able to stop by, or simply want to relive the memories, click on through to our roundup.

Here's a view of the show floor where 200 plus exhibitors and 20,000 attendees congregated for three days of modern...
Surprise and color are the order of the day at Appleton Living by architects Tryggvi Thorsteinsson and Erla...
This was the inaugural year for Dwell's Modern World Awards. Thanks to all those who voted for their favorite designs.
They've also applied this unique technique to lighting, which uses LEDs to safely light them up since they give off no...
It's safe to say that the chickens on the show floor had quite a hefty fan base, adults and kids alike.
Here's the Herman Miller booth featuring prints of the famed J. Irwin Miller House shot by Leslie Williamson.
Blocks from Tegu made from sustainable woods and magnets, which allowed them to easily adhere to the metal table,...
American Public Media's Eve Troeh, who reports from the Marketplace Sustainability Desk, hosted a panel discussion on...
Tina Hovsepian explains her Cardborigami prototype.
In a nutshell, Sasaki's booth was part performance piece, part charitable donation, and part painting.
Fashion and design magazines adjacent to the Yakitate exhibition on the show floor dangled like chandeliers for people...
Eames Demetrios joined Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe in a discussion of the work of Charles and Ray Eames.
Architects dispensed free advice for design maladies at the Architizer booth.

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