Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair4 - 8 February 2014, Stockholmsmässan, Älvsjö, Sweden
Welcome to the 63rd Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair!
Press briefing and light breakfast à la Tommy Myllymäki Tuesday 4 February 08:30 – 09:30 in Restaurant Fager & Myllymäki, AG:96.
|08.45||Cecilia Nyberg, Event Manager of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, introduces this year’s new features. |
|Stine Gam & Enrico Fratesi, GamFratesi studio – this year’s Guest of Honor – talk about design.|
|Designer Jens Fager and Chef Tommy Myllymäki, Sweden’s representative at the prestigious culinary competition Bocuse d’Or Europe 2014, talk about Restaurant Fager & Myllymäki.|
Other press activities organized by Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair
|09.45||Presentation of the new Twelve design zone, Curator Johanna Agerman Ross and participating designers attending, A42:20|
|11.30||Presentation of Greenhouse, Note Design Studio, Victoria Hall|
|13.30||Presentation of the ‘Material attraction - Scandinavia likes Japan’ exhibition, B12:11|
|14.30||Presentation of Trend Exhibition, Designer and Trend Expert Jan Rundgren, C12:35|
About 700 exhibitors will be taking part in this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair and Northern Light Fair, including 300 companies from outside Sweden and about 100 Northern Light Fair exhibitors.
The Fair is only open to industry visitors on 4 -7 February. The general public is also welcome on Saturday 8 February.
The 2014 Guest of Honor is GamFratesi – functional Danish arts and crafts tradition meets Italian conceptualism. EH:02
Twelve – Established Nordic Designers 12 designers share one space to showcase perfect examples of their style and design philosophy. A42:20
Greenhouse is in a Camp Greenhouse setting this year, courtesy of Note Design Studio. Victoria Hall
Restaurant Fager & Myllymäki. The Design Bar morphs into a top-class restaurant created by Designer Jens Fager and Chef Tommy Myllymäki. AG:96
Material attraction – Scandinavia likes Japan. The exhibition is a co-production between the Materials Library and Japanese Designer Naoto Nakamura. B12:11
Furniture & Lighting trends 14/15 consists of two trend exhibitions masterminded by Designer Jan Rundgren. One exhibition has a furniture focus, C12:35, and the other a lighting focus, B12:21.
Stockholm Design Talks on the Moving Forward theme: on-trend topics, thrilling panel discussions and inspiration. The entire program is available at www.stockholmfurniturefair.com
Guest exhibitions: Including 12TREE, created by Staffan Bengtsson, Designboom Mart and ROJO show – a selection of contemporary Spanish design.
Award ceremonies: +1- Best in Show, The Green Furniture Award and others.
Opening times: Tuesday - Friday 9:00 – 18:00, Saturday 10:00 – 17:00. On Saturday 8 February the fair is also open to the general public.
The Official Guide to Stockholm Design Week is also available as a website: www.stockholmdesignweek.com. It contains up-to-the-minute information about all the events taking place in showrooms and shops in Stockholm throughout Week 6.
Apps with information about Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Stockholm Design Week are available for download from the App Store and Goolge Play.
To find out more, please visit www.stockholmfurniturefair.com, www.northernlightfair.com or contact email@example.com, + 46 8 749 44 13, firstname.lastname@example.org, + 46 708 19 99 19.
Stockholmsmässan is one of the world's leading and most flexible organisers of meetings. We offer the perfect meeting place for everything from international summits to broad public fairs. Together with exhibitors and organisers we create well-organised meetings which offer the visitor inspiration, knowledge and business opportunities. As the leading organiser in the Baltic Sea Region, we organise some 60 industry-leading exhibitions as well as around 100 national and international congresses, conferences and events anually. Every year we welcome 10,000 exhibitors, 1.5 million visitors and more than 8,000 journalists from all over the world.