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America’s Largest Design Event, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center, May 29-31, celebrating its 10th year. Join 30,000+ attendees at this magnificent 3-day wonderland of modern design that will be sure to amaze, delight and inspire.

2015 Program Highlights

Keynote Speaker Marcel Wanders
Be sure not to miss Dutch designer, Marcel Wanders, giving the keynote address on Friday, May 29th.

Connect with Hundreds of Brands
See thousands of the best modern products across five design zones including Furniture & Accessories, Kitchen & Bath, Design Materials, Dwell Outdoor and International Design. Check out a full list of exhibitors at this year’s show here

Hear from 250+ Design Industry Experts
Hear design industry experts speak on topics such as Design for Humankind, Smart Tech, Resiliency, Energy 360 and more. Highlights include Frances Anderton, Micky Dolenz, Eames and Llisa Demetrios, Barbara Bestor, Alvin Huang, and more. For the full listing of speakers at this year’s show.

Earn AIA CEU Credits at This Year’s Show
Earn AIA CEU learning credits at this year’s Dwell on Design show with over three full days on the show floor and in break out rooms at the L.A. Convention Center. Joins us for sessions on the reGREEN, Business of Design, Energy 360, Design for Humankind and more. For a full listing of CEUs available at this year’s show

Explore Stunning Homes with Dwell Home Tours
Explore the best in modern, livable architecture with three full days of Dwell Home Tours – covering the West side, South Bay, and Midtown & East Side regions of Los Angeles. For more information on Dwell Home Tours Los Angeles dates, times, residences and architects see here.

For a full list of prices click here

Register Now! and use promo code AIACC to save $5 on your show pass.



The AIACC represents the interests of more than 11,000 architects and allied professionals in California. Founded in 1944, The AIACC's mission supports architects in their endeavors to improve the quality of life for all Californians by creating more livable communities, sustainable designs and quality work environments.

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