STOCKHOLM FURNITURE & LIGHT FAIR IN SWEDEN, 6-10 FEBRUARY 2018
New for this year is that Design Bar, which combines an exhibition with a top-class restaurant, has been moved to Victoria Hall and integrated with Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks.
Together, they will form a completely new area for conversations, food and meetings. Designer Lucha Nichetto created the framing and the concept, Ratatouille Arena, and chef Lina Ahlin from Agrikultur in Stockholm created the menu.. The fair’s forum for knowledge and discussions within the area of design and architecture hosts influential guests such as Paola Navone, Piet Hein Eek, India Mahdavi, Penda and Assemble. This year’s theme is Visionary Thinking. An extra day has been added to Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks, and its program now covers five days. An up-to-date program is available at www.stockholmfurniturefair.com. This year’s trend exhibition has been created by Christian Halleröd design, which designed store interiors for Acne Studios and Byredo, among others. The exhibition investigates themes such as real, fake and craftsmanship and is a collaboration with the Materials Library. Also new this year is that Greenhouse, the fair’s area for unestablished designers, has been moved to a new, larger area in Hall C. Designer Nick Ross has been given the assignment to create an exhibition that highlights the importance of Greenhouse as a meeting place. He has named his exhibition Prologue. A new addition to the 2018 fair is also the award, “Best Performance - Selected by the Greenhouse Jury”. The award ceremony will be held in Greenhouse on Wednesday, February 7, at 11:00 A.M. For more information contact Mrs Liisa Aus: