“Contrasts” is the underlying theme for and name of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair’s Trend Exhibition 2017/18.
The exhibition will offer contrasts in materials and furniture as well as surprising combinations. A visible trend within the furniture and lighting industry is that the line separating residential, office, from public interiors is being erased.
This is evident in manufacturers’ product ranges as well as interior designs : it is becoming more common to see a mix of styles. This trend is also reflected in Trend Exhibition 2017/18, which offers up contrasts on several levels.
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, February 7-11, 2017, offers a forum for knowledge and discussions within the area of design and architecture, Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks. The forum will have a theme this year of “Sustainability Thinking”.
“Sustainability continues to be an important subject within design – among designers themselves, producers and consumers. We will discuss issues related to everything from the life of a design and products to equality in the industry and sustainable materials, production methods and architecture,” says Cecilia Nyberg, Project Area Manager for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.