Love modern? This fair is a must-see
Strolling through Dwell on Design is a lot like exploring Burbank’s new Ikea: Even if you’re just looking, it’s fun to see what’s new.
And there will be much to see as roughly 300 vendors hit the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 23-25 to share the latest furnishings, appliances, technology and concepts.
Not sure you want to attend? Read on.
House tours: Design fans get a chance to see five homes in Santa Monica, Culver City and Venice on June 24 and five in Hollywood, Silver Lake and Laurel Canyon on June 25. Tickets are $110 to $125 and often sell out. Register online at la.dwellondesign.com.
More than 20,000 home products: Shop for the latest products from such exhibitors as Able and Baker, the Concrete Collective, Bolefloor, Harkavy Furniture, Knoll and Nana Wall Systems.
Tiny homes: There will be a variety on display, including a 500-square-foot luxury home, a 560-square-foot trailer design for the “desert dweller” created by Kim Lewis and the Happier Camper, an ultra-light, retro-modern, fiberglass camper that features a modular interior.
Prefabs: Method Homes will launch the new Anatta Series, with a focus on indoor-outdoor living.
Mingle with designers: Celebrity designer Nate Berkus will be there, as will interior designers and authors Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Christiane Lemieux, and architect David Adjaye, who recently completed the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Adjaye will talk with Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne at 11:45 a.m. Friday.
Outdoor living showcase:
Dwell Outdoor will feature prefab homes, an Outdoor Cinema and Autocamp’s Outdoor Adventure.
METHOD Homes is bringing Anatta Series prefab.