The wait is almost over.  Here comes the Stockholm Design Week 2018. Once again, the event prepares to celebrate functional minimalism, a concept that perfectly describes Scandinavian Design. The event will be full of awesome exhibitors, paying homage to their favourite style, and several other unmissable events. Join Daily Design News and get to know everything that you should expect from one of the best design events in the world.


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By combining Stockholm Design Week and Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, 2018’s Week 6 is now booked on the calendars of every single buyer, architect, designer and journalist from all over the world. With the trade fair as the main reference, the entire city will be swarming with around 200 events, installations and awesome parties. This year’s Design Week will also include a fantastically unique light installation in Kungsträdgården. The very-first Design Week was held in 2002, and the week has evolved to include today more than 200 design-related events scattered across the city. Many of the exhibitions are open to the general public.



“It is our ambition to make Stockholm the natural display window for Scandinavian design. We believe that it is very important for our visitors to get as positive a total experience from the week as possible. Design Week functions as a meeting place for the industry even outside of Stockholmsmässan’s halls. We are continuing to develop the week in cooperation with the City of Stockholm and the industry. For example, the design content of Design Week will be expanded to include fashion, food and architecture. I also hope that everyone interested in design will come to the fair on Saturday, the day it is open to the public, to see the most recent developments in design,” says Cecilia Nyberg, Event Manager for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Stockholm Design Week.



Check Out the Best Exhibitions Open to Public


The Light House, Feb 5-11



Stockholm Design Week presents this year its own design project with an installation in Kungsträdgården. Philips and the Swedish design group Ames Studio have developed a light experience that also doubles as an informational and inspirational platform. By combining light design and information media, they created an interactive space with a 360-degree perspective. This initiative by Stockholm Design Week is one of several design installations in the city.



Smultronstället, Feb 5-11

Jussi Pavilion, Kungsträdgården


In 2018, Ingmar Bergman would have turned 100. Final-year students from the Product Development Furniture Design program at Träcentrum and the School of Engineering at Jönköping University are celebrating this by interpreting Bergman’s life works through seven unique objects. In collaboration with Filmregion Stockholm Mälardalen, the movies that inspired the students will be shown in the evenings. The exhibition is an extension of the school’s stand-in Greenhouse at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.



Möbeldesignmuseum (Furniture Design Museum), Feb 5-11

Magasin 6, Frihamnen


Architects Kersti Sandin Bûlow and Lars Bülow will open the doors to their private collection of design furniture during Stockholm Design Week. The collection in Möbeldesignmuseum includes more than 700 objects created by leading Nordic and international designers.



Young Swedish Design, Feb 8 – March 18

ArkDes, Skeppsholmen


Young Swedish Design’s exhibition displays 20 contributions to product design, textiles, fashion, handicraft and furniture design. The perfect opportunity to see first-handed the prime work of young Swedish designers. They might be rookies today, but they’re the big names of tomorrow.



This might be just a taste of the immense Stockholm Design Week, but you can get the point. The Swedish capital will host hundreds of exhibitors and awe-inspiring events everywhere. Make sure you don’t miss it, because we won’t, for sure.



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Source: Stockholm Design Week