Here’s our recap on the design conference Dwell on Design 2014, held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Southern California from June 20 to 22. The show is put on by the publication Dwell Magazine and features design, home improvement, interior designers, innovative products, home technology, architecture and more. Dwell On Design is about innovating the way in which we live and how we interact with products. Of course, while there, we took note of some beautiful and innovative range hoods.
First on our list is this unique range hood from Miele. The Miele brand originated way back during the early 1990s in Germany. Miele prides itself upon its high quality products and emphasis on sustainability.
This range hood is sleek and modern; it looks like a light fixture that hangs above the cooking surface. The Miele booth was decked out in modernized kitchen products.
This kitchen range is flat with precise temperature control. It includes three large burners and two smaller burners. These ranges are easy to clean; once the surface has cooled down, it can be wiped down.
These ovens from Miele include analog and digital clocks. The sleek design and reflective surface are very apparent in this photo.
These kitchen appliances from Panasonic have futuristic, purple surfaces that makes the set look recognizable and interconnected. Photographed here is an electric kettle, a toaster and a coffee pot from Panasonic. The promotional cookies on the kitchen counter were a nice touch as well.
The photos above feature beautiful outdoor kitchen set ups, including a barbeque. Who wouldn’t love to cook in these outdoor stainless steel kitchens during the summer months? All you would need is some outdoor furniture to compliment the kitchen and to give you and your guests a place to enjoy your meal.
These dimmers and light switches from Adrone really make an impression and give the customer options for making the light switch match his or her home remodel. Who says light switches have to be boring? Well, they don’t have to be anymore with these light switches, which include different options for controlling the lights (which is evident in the photo).
The Harmonia range hood from Best impressed us with it’s elegant touch controls.
We also took note of these interesting range hoods from best, which are just as decorative as they are functional.
Lastly, this range hood from Best is mounted inside of the ceiling for subtle kitchen ventilation above the cooking surface.
We enjoyed walking through the interior design above from Organic Modernism. We love the contemporary and elegant use of the antlers.
These lamps from Itsara [K]oncepts look more like sculptures than desk lamps. These fixtures come with decorative panels that snap together using magnets.
We were pleasantly surprised by the decorative pieces from Vita Vino Wine Barrel Décor. These metal and wooden sculptures are pieced together using pieces of retired wine barrel.
That’s it for our recap on Dwell on Design 2014. We can’t wait for next year!