TerraTrellis @Dwell on Design 2013

It was an amazing week at  Dwell on Design 2013!  This annual week-long event, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, showcases the most innovative and sustainable ideas in modern design, art and architecture. This year's show was by far the best we've seen and we were thrilled to be a part of it again. It also takes place in our own hometown of Los Angeles!  How lucky is that?

We chose Dwell Magazine's event to debut our new collection of  sculptural wildlife habitats.  AND we are proud to be chosen in the list of Dwell Editor's Picks from the show!

Below: Our new Sculptural Habitat Collection was unveiled at Dwell on Design.  The Bee Bungalow,  The Bird Cafe  and the  Bird Bungalow  were all on display in the spectacular Dwell Outdoor space designed by Sausalito-based  Shades of Green Landscape Architecture  and installed by  FormLA Landscaping

Below: We were honored to have our sculptural habitats and trellises debut alongside the stunning meadows, grasses and plants from famed landscape visionary John Greenlee.


Below: Closeup of our new  Bee Bungalow Habitat  atop our aubergine colored  Akoris Garden Tuteur  (photo courtesy of Rob Wilson of  Silas Tom-- extraordinary cards and paper goods!) 


Below: Closeup of our new Bird Bungalow and Akoris Trellis (photo by talented Los Angeles photographer  Lauren Devon).     

Below: Closeup of our new  Bird Cafe and Akoris Garden Tuteur  in oxide (photo by Lauren Devon)


Below: A collection of our  Lazio Vase  and  Toki Bubble Trellises  integrate with honeysuckle and heirloom varieties of raspberry alongside vibrant blooms from      Mountain States Nursery. 

Below: Our  Gracie Modern Arbor  supports flowering Solanum Jasminoides (Potato Vine in the west!) surrounded by lovely mini meadows of salvia and blue fescues courtesy of Shades of Green Landscape Architecture.  We think this aubergine Gracie Modern Arbor had a little fling with the cool Airstream trailer as they nuzzled up during  Dwell on Design!


And thank you to the following blogs for the trade-show love! 








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