If you’re interested in Restaurant Design, don’t miss this great event hosted by ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter! Click here to RSVP.
About Dwell on Design
Dwell on Design LA, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center June 20-22, 2014. With three full days of dynamic exhibitions, unparalleled educational opportunities, cutting-edge technologies, 90 onstage programs, 200 speakers, and more than 2,000 innovative modern furnishings and products, Dwell on Design LA is America’s largest design event. Make sure you save enough time to see all five exhibition zones featuring something for every design-lover.
Friday, June 20 10:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday, June 21 11:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday, June 22 11:00am – 5:00pm
As a gesture to future Designers, Artists, Architects, Builders and Planners, we are proud to offer a discounted Student 3-Day Pass for $15 for all currently enrolled high school, undergraduate and graduate students. Student attendees MUST show valid student credentials when picking up their badge (e.g. student ID card or copy of current transcript). REGISTER NOW
Dwell Design Week
Dwell Design Week is a series of special events leading up to and in conjunction with Dwell on Design, and which encourages both design professionals and consumers to experience the best of Los Angeles design. Dwell hosts a series of engaging conversation-based events between Dwell Editors and select design innovators that rotate throughout L.A. design districts, including the popular “Meet the Architects” Nights. This year, the events start on Friday, June 13th. LEARN MORE
Dwell Modern Home Tours
The ever-popular Dwell Modern Home Tours return this year. Get a peek inside some of the most memorable modern homes in Los Angeles. The West Side tour will be held June 14, 2014, and the East Side tour is set for June 21, 2014. LEARN MORE
See an awe-inspiring group of Dwell selected modern homes that reflect the best in livable, innovative architecture and design. Be sure not to miss Meet the Architects Night on Friday June 13, when the architects of homes on the tour share their experiences.
West Side Home Tour – Saturday, June 14th
Join us on this self-driven tour through Los Angeles’ West Side. We love the bohemian haunts of Santa Monica and Venice.
East Side Home Tour – Saturday, June 21st
Join us on this self-drive tour through Los Angeles’ East Side, which substitutes hills for beaches and hipster enclaves for coastal fog. This isn’t a part of L.A. that many tourists get to see.
Dwell Home Tours are incredibly popular, have limited capacity and will sell out! Don’t wait to get your spot reserved today. Click Here for more information.
The Portfolio Workshop is a three-part series to learn tips on how to land your dream job in the Interior Design industry.
Creating a professional portfolio to properly display academic and/or personal work will play a vital role in your career. Whether you are looking to start a portfolio or improve one, we have an esteemed panel of guest speakers and reviewers at your fingertips. Please bring your notepads, resumes, portfolios, works in progress, and any questions!
The Portfolio Workshop consists of:
- Resume/Cover Letter Composition Lecture by Katherine Fern, ASID
- Portfolio Preparation by Joanne MacCallum, ASID
- Interview Process by Lucinda Pace
- One-on-One Review sessions with faculty and seasoned alumni!
Join the ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter for our 8th Annual Mix It Up! Step into the exclusive hideaway at W Hollywood’s hip outdoor oasis, STATION HOLLYWOOD, where there is plenty of space to mix and mingle all night long. Dress to impress!
Take this wonderful fall evening off to mingle with fellow students, UCLA faculty, industry partners, and professional interior designers while you enjoy a complimentary assortment of food from famed chef Sascha Lyon and sip on beverages from the cash bar. It only takes $1 to enter to win custom furnishings, accessories, coffee table books, gift certificates, free classes and much more!
You don’t want to miss our most anticipated event of the year–we will definitely sell out as this celebration always does. Purchase your ticket today at an early bird discounted rate of $35 for members and $45 for non-members. But act fast because prices will increase as of October 14th.
- Complimentary champagne toast upon arrival
- Complimentary assortment of food
- Complimentary photo booth
- Live DJ
- Red Carpet Media Wall Photo Op
- Chance to win amazing designer prizes
- Free access to infamous after-party “Jazz Night”
- Specials on W Hotel Valet parking
- And everyone gets a gift bag just for coming!
You’re invited to join us for an afternoon and evening with international interior designer and style-maker Erika Brunson at her Bel-Air home.
Erika Brunson Couture Living celebrates timeless classics and exquisite period pieces that work equally well in traditional or contemporary interiors. Some highlights of the line include reproductions of Louis XV Chairs from the Charles Wrightsman collection, a console that belonged to the late Michael Taylor, chairs associated with Billy Baldwin and Kalef Alaton, a coffee table from the estate of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and a rock crystal lamp as seen in Coco Chanel’s famous apartment.
Refreshments are included and Kogi food truck will be provided.
Space is limited so click here to RSVP today!
Hats off to our fellow UCLA Extension Arc-ID student, Philip Gill, as the first recipient of the David Barrett Memorial Scholarship through the ASID Foundation!
The ASID Foundation has chosen Philip Gill as the first recipient of the David Barrett Memorial Scholarship. Gill is a master’s candidate of Interior Architecture in the collaborative study program between the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Extension and California Polytechnic University, Pomona. The scholarship jury recognized Gill’s thoughtful work and clear demonstration of classical design.
After completing his Master’s program, Gill intends to establish an interior design firm focusing on residential interior design and furniture design in San Diego. He plans to use part of his $12,000 scholarship to attend classes at the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICA&A) in New York City, and he eventually hopes to teach and establish a custom furniture line.
“There remains a need for design that is sensitive to the history and historical styles of the area, such as Spanish Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts,” especially as it relates to southern California, Gill explains.
The David Barrett Memorial Scholarship recognizes an outstanding undergraduate or graduate student’s work which demonstrates a continuing interest and ability in utilizing classical designs. The scholarship was established in memory of David Barrett, FASID, who died on Dec. 8, 2008. Throughout his 58-year career, Barrett practiced mainly residential design. He has lectured, appeared on television and his work has been published in several major design publications.
The 2011 David Barrett Memorial Scholarship Jury
The ASID Foundation would also like to thank the jury for its work on the 2011 scholarship. The Foundation’s success is dependent on the contributions of our donors and volunteers. We thank you for your continued commitment to the Foundation.
Barbara Barry, ASID
Juliana M. Catlin, FASID
Mariette Himes Gomez, ASID
Julie R. Schulte, ASID