Dwell on Design is by far one of the most renown conferences on interior design and architecture in the US. This year, Dwell brought some of the most prominent names in the sustainable design to Los Angeles, including Bryan Cranston, Emmy Award winning actor and sustainability advocate.
We arrived in LA just in time for Dwell on Design, so this episode is all about sustainability, green architecture and innovation in design. We bring you an interview with John Turturro, the Project Manager of 3Palms Project. 3Palms is one of the greenest homes in the US, a LEED Platinum certified house that Bryan Cranston is building, with the help of an exceptional team, in Los Angeles, California.
In addition to our interview with John Turturro, we talked with the leaders in pre-fab green buildings, such as BluHomes and Altius Architecture. We also met Resource Furniture, a company carrying a wide selection of multifunctional, space-saving furniture, and Architecture for Humanity, a non-profit organization empowering architects to create sustainable solutions for communities in need.
The collection of interviews in this episode of our video podcast is a reminder of the collective effort to make the sustainable design the norm, not the trend. Each company or architect present at this event wanted to send a clear message, that making responsable choices is a professional duty.
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