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Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair postponed to September 2022 - due to the rise of Covid-19
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair will be postponed until September 6-9, 2022, while Stockholm Design week is scheduled to run as normal in February 7-13, 2022.
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair presents Around the Corner – a circular exhibit full of cross-industry innovations
On behalf of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2022, Marge Architects, in collaboration with Experience Curator Jenny Asp, has created the completely circular inspiration exhibition “Around the Corner” that generates faith in the future by highlighting innovations from different industries. Among those presented is a new collaboration between Norwegian Vestre and Danish BIG Architects, and HYBR
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair launches new seminar concept – award-winning design studio Formafantasma is one of the week’s keynote speakers
Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks, the seminar program of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, have divided their seminar into one digital and one physical part. With “BEing a Game Changer” as the overall theme, the seminar focus on the most important issues facing the industry right now.
Stockholm Design Week marks its 20th anniversary with the launch of an interactive app and a new exhibition concept - The Library
For the upcoming edition of Stockholm Design Week a number of new initiatives will be launched to further enhance the experience for the visitors and strengthen the bonds between the city and the fair. It includes a new interactive SDW-app listing all the city exhibitions and a new exhibition concept at the fair called The Library.
The artist Martin Bergström explore the Scandinavian design aesthetic – beyond the blond and minimalistic
On February 8th, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair once again opens its doors. With the theme “BEing Scandinavian” the 2022 edition has invited the multidisciplinary artist and designer Martin Bergström to create an inspirational exhibition challenging the traditional notion of Scandinavia- expect a poetic installation in the borderline of dark and light.
The future unveiled for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Formex
On Monday August 23rd, Stockholm Design Events presented elements of its new vision for future fairs, with a focus on Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Formex. This involves conceptual overhauls, new digital products and a major investment in news and comment all year round, to inspire exhibitors and visitors with all the latest from the design world on a regular basis, not just at the fair
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair pulling out all the stops for 2022, with a greater focus on Scandinavian design than ever before
After an absence of almost two years, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is once again opening its doors at Stockholmsmässan in February 2022, ready to welcome visitors from all over the world. They are invited to an updated, optimized and experience-driven fair where Scandinavian design and the latest developments in sustainability take center stage like never before.
Faye Toogood´s The Puffy Lounge Chair is the Born Classic winner for 2021
The Puffy Lounge Chair has won the Born Classic prize for future design classics, awarded jointly by Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Bukowskis. The Puffy Lounge Chair was designed by Faye Toogood for the interior design brand Hem. Bukowskis’ experts Eva Seeman, Björn Extergren and Jonatan Jahn made up this year’s jury.
Stockholm Design Week is kicking off next week
Monday, February 8 marks the start of Stockholm Design Week. This year it will take a slightly different form with design activities in the city mixed with digital events online. Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair City & Digital Edition has various components, from the open showrooms across the city, where exhibitors that usually take part in the physical fair showcase their products, to the
New digital platform for conversations about design and architecture
Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks have established themselves as one of the leading international forums for conversation and debate in the field of Scandinavian design, architecture and urban planning. February 10-11 a large number of international and Scandinavian experts will take part in digital talks, interviews and a range of fascinating panel debates.
Swedish Wood becomes Sustainability Partner for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2021
Today it was confirmed that industry organization Swedish Wood will be the Sustainability Partner for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. This represents a long-term commitment to sustainability for both the fair and Swedish Wood, with a focus on knowledge about using natural materials and recycling to create a more sustainable and circular event.
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair launches a responsible and sustainable trade fair concept for 2021
For the upcoming February 9-13, 2021 edition of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, we are now launching The nude edition – a scaled-down fair concept with a focus on sustainability, safety, solidarity and inspiration, in collaboration with TMF (The Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry). The new concept has been formed to support companies that have been hit hard financially by Covi
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair celebrates its 70th anniversary with the latest in Scandinavian design
This year’s Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, the world’s leading meeting place for Scandinavian design, will be held on February 4–8. The issue of sustainability is a clear presence in the designs, material choices and production processes of many exhibitors this year.
Stockholm Design Week attracts visitors from all over the world
Architects, designers and journalists from all over the world will be coming to Stockholm to attend Stockholm Design Week and Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, February 3-9. With the fair being the hub Stockholm will be buzzing with almost 200 design events, exhibitions and parties.
Doshi Levien presents an abstract version of their studio
Design studio Doshi Levien is the Guest of Honour at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2020. With their exhibition in the Entrance Hall, the Indian-British designers aim to give visitors an insight into their creative process, revealing for the very first time, their drawings and prototypes side by side with production pieces.
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair celebrates 70 years
February 2020 marks the arrival of the 70th Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. The occasion will be celebrated with an exhibition showcasing design classics from the 1950s to the present day, all of which have maintained their ongoing relevance – despite hot trends and new launches – by still being in production.
Is there an office beyond the cloud? Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2020 hosts an exhibition exploring the workplace of the future
With your office in your pocket, is there really any reason to leave home? Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair will feature the exhibition Re-defining the Office, about what it will take to keep the workplace relevant in a cloud-based reality. The exhibition is curated and designed by architecture firm Tengbom, which has over 10 years’ experience in office design.
Lots of exciting names for Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks 2020
With 40 programmed events and 100 contributors, Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks 2020 is securing its position as one of Scandinavia’s leading discussion platforms for design and architecture. – This is our most dynamic and varied program ever, says Program Manager Ulrika Kjellström Attar.
Spotlight on the workplaces of the future at WorkSpace Sweden
How will digitalization affect the workplaces of tomorrow and how can companies and organizations meet the growing demands of their employees? These topics will be discussed over the two days of WorkSpace Sweden, a conference that runs in parallel with Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
Environmental focus at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair
As the little sister of the construction and real estate sector, with its considerable environmental footprint, it is particularly important for the furniture world to clean up after itself. Nordic companies have come further than most and Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair brings together many of the most progressive players.