Stockholm Furniture Fair and Stockholm Design Week are back in full force
After a three-year break, Stockholm Furniture Fair kick-started the design year 2023 with a buzzing fair with nearly 27,000 visitors from all over the world – and thus put Stockholm back on the international design map.
Sustainable Meet Stockholm and Stockholmsmässan put the city on the map as the go-to destination for sustainable meetings
Stockholmsmässan is an active partner in the Sustainable Meet Stockholm collaboration and marketing project, which aims to promote Stockholm as a sustainable meeting destination. As the Nordic region’s largest meeting place, Stockholmsmässan will lead the way toward a more sustainable meeting sector, and part of this work involves collaborating with the whole meetings industry to boost Stockholm’s
The winners of Scandinavian Design Awards 2023
We are happy to announce the winners of the newly established Scandinavian Design Awards, selected by jury members from the architecture and design industries in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. The award is an initiative to celebrate and draw attention to both established players and newcomers in architecture, interior design and design in Scandinavia.
Stockholm Furniture Fair – ten highlights
On February 7-11t the world’s largest platform for Scandinavian design will finally open its doors. Meet products from more than 400 participating companies, including Hem, Artek, Kinnarps, Lammhults and Verk. Visit stimulating exhibitions and listen to leading international names in architecture and design.
Research, high tech, and embroidery – Front's installation at the Stockholm Furniture Fair showcases the studio's great creative breadth
In 2004, Front exhibited in Greenhouse, Stockholm Furniture Fair's area for emerging designers. Now – 19 years later, their design is produced by industry-leading design companies such as Moroso, Moooi, Vitra and Kvadrat, as well as prestigious international galleries like Friedman Benda Gallery and Galerie Kreo. They are represented in the permanent collections of museums such as MoMA, V&A, M
Stockholm Design Week - highlights not to be missed
With more than 100 furniture brands, design studios, shops and museums ready to open their doors on February 6, Stockholm Design Week will be a buzzing event that engage the whole city. Organised by Stockholm Furniture fair, the week attracts a wide range of participants, from design and interior brands to restaurants, galleries, museums and department stores.
Älvsjö gård – Stockholm Furniture Fair’s new platform for experimental, research driven and collectible design
Älvsjö gård is a new platform for experimental, research driven and collectible design, set in one of the oldest still existing manors in Stockholm. With its close proximity to the fair ground of Stockholm Furniture Fair it has a unique position to showcase limited and small scale design to a wide audience. Stockholm Furniture Fair have invited design galleries, makers, independent artist and desi
Bark Sweden Wins Formex Design Talents
Today, Frida and Richard Lilliestråle, founders and owners of Bark Sweden, were awarded the “Best in Show” Design Talents award at Formex. Bark Sweden creates one-of-a-kind cell phone cases from recycled Swedish timber at a factory in Spånga.
Scented Candle Refill Wins Formex Sustainability Award
The first recipient of the new Formex Sustainability Award has been announced. Remoair won the award for its innovative and resource-efficient scented candle refill. Many interesting entries were submitted last fall for the first ever Formex Sustainability Award.
How do we build and design for a better tomorrow?
Stockholm Furniture Fair Talks offers a dedicated program with keynote speakers and inspiring design and architecture talks throughout the week. Amongst the speakers on the main stage, you will find designers such as Sabine Marcelis, Stephen Burks and Raw Edges as well as architects such as Anders Lendager and Victoria Millestrup from BIG.
”Equality and diversity are the biggest challenges faci
Underbar by Jonas Bohlin and Christine Ingridsdotter
For Stockholm Furniture Fair 2023, Swedish designer and interior architect Jonas Bohlin has designed the bar Underbar (Wonderful in Swedish) in close collaboration with Christine Ingridsdotter. The bar is made from carefully selected components, and all material will be reused once the fair is over — all the resources being used for Underbar do have a purpose. The bar will be a meeting place creat
Stockholm Furniture Fair 2023 celebrates Swedish design and Scandinavian core values
When Stockholm Furniture Fair opens its doors in February, the focus is all Scandinavian. With a Guest of Honor installation by the Swedish design studio Front and the bar Underbar by the Swedish interior architect Jonas Bohlin, Swedish design is put at the forefront for the first time in the fair's history.
Front is the first Swedish design studio to receive the recognition and they will show