MADE (Modern Architecture Design Experience), a nonprofit organization that produces Modernism Week and other public events and educational opportunities, has partnered with the City of Beverly Hills to produce a new architecture and design festival May 4-7, 2023 called MADE in Beverly Hills. 

MADE has produced year-round programming in the Palm Springs area for more than 18 years, including Modernism Week in February and October, small group Architecture Tours, and curated group travel excursions. This will be the first event outside of the Coachella Valley that MADE has produced and the first of its kind for the City of Beverly Hills. 

“As a City that cherishes our incredible history, culture, architecture and art, we are proud to share our magical City while welcoming our community and visitors to explore our City’s restaurants, shops and parks together in such a unique and exciting way,” said Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse.

MADE in Beverly Hills will be a four-day Citywide family-friendly festival that celebrates and promotes education about the architecture, art, culture, and community of Beverly Hills. The festival will feature over 20 events including iconic tours, lectures, films, a luncheon fashion show, and additional activities. The event will encourage the community and visitors to tour and explore the art, architecture, design, and landscapes that have made Beverly Hills a world-class City. Presale tickets will go on sale to Beverly Hills residents beginning March 1, two weeks prior to opening ticket sales to the public. More information can be found at

“The City of Beverly Hills offers its residents and visitors more than 100 years of architecture and design history to explore,” said William Kopelk, Chairman of MADE and Co-founder of Modernism Week. “It is a pleasure to be able to provide MADE’s breadth of experience so that we may assist the city in highlighting its stunning collection of civic, residential and commercial architecture during this exciting new festival.”

“We are excited to announce this new event in Beverly Hills that will be designed and managed by the same team that produces Modernism Week,” said Lisa Vossler Smith, CEO of MADE. “We are honored to partner with the City of Beverly Hills in creating a new signature event that will highlight the City’s significant architecture ranging from the early 1920s through the midcentury era and beyond.”