Here you’ll find all exhibitions at the fair in February 2014.
Exhibitions in short:
Guest of Honour
Installation and lounge by GamFratesi
The Design Bar – Restaurant Fager & Myllymäki
Designer Jens Fager and chef Tommy Myllymäki
Furniture & Lighting Trends 14/15
Trend installations by Jan Rundgren
B12:21 & C12:39
Greenhouse – The display window for independent designers and design schools
Layout by Note Design Studio
Twelve – Established Nordic Designers
Layout by TAF Architect Studio
Material Attraction – Scandinavia likes Japan
The Materials Library and Naoto Nakamura
1, 2, TREE
The exhibition contains works and objects by several of Scandinavia’s most recognized designers and architects. These include Daniel Svahn, David Franzén, Folkform, Lars Stensö, Gustav Persson, Julia Gamborg Nielsen and Siren Elise Wilhelmsen.
AG:50, EÖ:03, EÖ:05
Since it was founded in 2003, Architonic has established itself as the world’s leading resource for architecture and design, currently providing information more than 140,000 selected products by 1,200 manufacturers and 1,300 architectural projects.
The traveling market returns to Stockholm for the sixth time, this is their 33rd exhibition! 40 international design talents display their latest products. High-profile design in a charming street market environment. More than 200 products are sold at symbolic prices.
The Council was formed on the initiative of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and industry organization TMF. During the fair, the Ethical Council, with its motto “No Copy”, will be available to assist exhibiting companies with advice and measures related to copy issues.
Spain has become a something of a second home for hundreds of thousands of northerners, and we have therefore become very familiar with this country’s culture. The ROJO exhibition displays a representative selection of contemporary Spanish design. Objects that have been designed and produced in Spain and thereafter become popular on the international home interior design market.
B16:11 & B16:19
The unique Swedish furniture
TMF (The Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture) highlights the value of Swedish design and the furniture industry’s unique ability to join traditional craftsmanship with modern production techniques. The Swedish furniture industry is a world leader in quality while at the same time taking care of the environment and being socially responsible. TMF shows how the industry is working to offer today’s design furniture – tomorrow’s antiques – for both public spaces and the home.