This year's design conference was a feast for design lovers of varying genres.
SCREENPLAY Oyler Wu Collaborative
"A play on visual perception." (These are ropes folks.) Beautifully intriguing.
VILLA HILLCREST by
Super fab Lego home anyone?
Complete with a globe of the world.
Reclaimed wood by Stikwood
There were a lot of innovated designs at Dwell on Design, this intrigued me the most... Flexible stone.
These designs are helping to make the world a better place.
Delicately decadent hardware by Bronzes De France
To wrap up the day I attended a talk with the very talented Bryan Cranston of the hit series 'Breaking Bad'.
Bryan is working on the '3 Palms' project which is a sustainable, passive home. For those of you who are new to the term, a passive home is an ultra low energy building. In fact once complete '3 Palms' will be giving energy back to the grid!
Yours truly with Mr. Bad himself :o)
"Dwell on Design" was a successful testimony to our human nature as true creatives and when confronted with a challenge such as our changing climate, we have the inherent ability to find the source. I hope to see you next year at Dwell on Design.
"Design is conceived when an inherent need to be creative manifests itself into physical or visual form."