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6.24-6.26 Dwell on Design

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Designers, architects and design enthusiasts are invited to Dwell on Design, America’s largest design event, for a weekend of innovative design appreciation. Brought to you by design publication Dwell, this three-day exhibition is filled with horizon-broadening activities including talks given by design and architectural professionals, product demonstrations, as well as educational opportunities including seminars and continuing education classes for design professionals. Modern design aficionados will enjoy browsing through the 250,000 square foot space filled with over 350 brands on hand to showcase more than 2,000 of the latest furnishings and products.

Whether you’re an interior design professional or seeking inspiration for a remodel, this design show caters to a variety of contemporary design tastes. Curated by Dwell design experts, attendees will have the opportunity to discover what lays along the cutting-edge in design, architecture and technology, including both eco-friendly and sustainable advances for those with a passion for “going green.”

For a fully immersive experience involving inventive architecture and design in a livable setting, Dwell has coordinated a home tour around the Los Angeles area for guests, as well as a “Meet the Architects Night” with sips, snacks and stimulating dialogue.

Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90015. Fri.-Sun. Times Vary. For a complete list of the weekend’s events and their corresponding times and prices, please visit dwellondesign.com.

-S.S.

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