These are a few, of many, highlights at the past week's Stockholm Design Week.
Note Design Studio’s collaboration with Vibia, Mutina and Kvadrat was one of the highlights during Stockholm Design Week. The exhibition created an interaction between spaces, objects, materiality, light, and color.
The room was crowded when internationally renowned star designer Jongerius visited Nationalmuseum to talk about her many years of artistic research into colour, light and materiality. The exhibition Hella Jongerius – Breathing Colour presents a visual examination of how colour and light interplay and change during the day.
A groundbreaking feminist nomadic exhibition of contemporary collectible design-art showcasing a unique group of ten trailblazing Swedish women designers selected for the punk nature of their work and practice. This was such a popular and appreciated exhibition during the week
The well-attended exhibition by non:agency at Volvo Studio took the viewer on a journey from present-day issues of climate change to a multi-planetary future. Curated by the talented Jenny Lee & Petra Lilja.
This exhibition was the first ever held in the Old National Archive building at Riddarfjärden. It brought together four design brands from Denmark and Japan (Ariake, LE KLINT, 2016/ Arita and Friends & Founders), highlighting shared aesthetics and values. Curated by Hanna Nova Beatrice and styled by Annaleena Leino.
Alma Trägårdh was the official bar of Stockholm Design Week and the perfect place to meet up for drinks after visiting events.
In collaboration with Copenhagen-based architecture and design studio Norm Architects, DUX and MENU created The Sculptor’s Residence: a uniquely curated apartment space with displays of objects and furniture pieces to set the scene of a home and artist atelier. Definitely the most instagrammed event of the week!
STOCKHOLM DESIGN WEEK, Feb 3-9 2020, in connection to Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair »
SUMMER DESIGN WEEK, Aug 17-23 2020, in connection to Formex »
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