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Open for the public February 9

Highlights at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

This year’s Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, the world’s leading event for Scandinavian design, will be held February 5–9.The fair’s exhibitions will feature a lot of wood and visitors will be able to listen to lectures by internationally acclaimed designers and architects.

On February 9, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is open to the public. Bring friends and family and visit the world’s leading event for Scandinavian design. See the news before they reach the stores.

Open Saturday 10-17


highlights at Stockholm Furniture & Light fair 2019 - The Design bar by Anderssen & Voll and exhibition by Neri&Hu

Guest of Honor: Neri&Hu
In the Entrance Hall, Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu, who run the award-winning Chinese design and architecture office Neri&Hu, are creating an installation that highlights relevant social issues unique to China. Read more »

The Design Bar – in the eye of the storm

The Design Bar, which is a mix between an exhibition and a top-class restaurant, forms a common area together with Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks. Taking inspiration from Scandinavian atriums and Japanese aesthetics, the Norwegian design studio Anderssen & Voll is designing a structure in pine that encircles an intimate courtyard. The menu has been created by chef Frida Ronge, Culinary Director at Tak and UNN in Stockholm. Read more »

Formex Talks

Greenhouse – several new products
Greenhouse is the fair’s jury-assessed area for young and unestablished designers and design schools. In total, 37 designers/design groups and 29 design schools from 20 countries will participate. The design duo Thau & Kallio is designing Greenhouse Bar and Café and an exhibition under the direction of the Materials Library. Read more »

Pop-up shop
Many visitors appreciate the possibility of being able to purchase design objects at the fair. This year the Pop-up Shop is run by Lisa Karlsson from uMe projects. Lisa has a passion for sustainability and the unique expression of design, so the shop will definitely be worth a visit. You'll find the shop at stand EÖ:01.

Performance by Oliw87

Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks
The fair’s forum for knowledge and discussions within the area of design and architecture is visited by influential guests.This year’s theme is Challenges for the Future.

#socialmediacrashcourse by Martin Wendelbo 11:00-11:50 (in Swedish)
Bukowskis’s experts will give you tips on tomorrow's design classics 11:00-12:00
Bukowskis's Born Classic Award Ceremony 13:30-14:00

See full program for Saturday here »

Products at National museum

NM& - A new collection – an exhibition
The exhibition depicts the process surrounding the interior design of the restaurant and the creation of 80 new interior objects, a project led by Matti Klenell, TAF Arkitekter, Carina Seth Andersson and Stina Löfgren. The exhibition will also have on display for visitors the details and processes from Wingårdhs’ work to renovate the museum. It is the designers themselves who curated and designed the exhibition at the fair, which is produced by Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair in collaboration with Architects Sweden and the Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry. Read more »

Temperament – taking the temperature of contemporary Scandinavian design and interior architecture
With a focus on both private homes and public spaces, Temperament investigates current trends and tendencies based on the invited artist’s personal perspective and approach. This year, designer and set designer Sahara Widoff has been invited. Read more »

Highlights at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

SUMMER DESIGN WEEK, Aug 19-25 2019, in connection to Formex
STOCKHOLM DESIGN WEEK, Feb 3-9 2020, in connection to Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair
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