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Stockholm Design Week

Design | January 23, 2017 |

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Stockholm Design Week
Stockholm
06 February 2017 to 12 February 2017

 

The first-ever Stockholm Design Week was held in 2002 and has since then developed into the most important week of the year for Scandinavian Design, where just about everyone in anyway connected to or interested in Scandinavian design meet and thrive, bringing home new impulses, contacts and inspiration. 

 

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The first Stockholm Design Week was launched in 2002 and until today this theme week has supported Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair in making Stockholm a must-place to be for purchasers, architects, designers and journalists during the week in February each year. Business and deals are done during the day at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, while the evenings are intended for mingling and parties in the city.

 

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The events during Stockholm Design take place in a variety of venues across the city from galleries, showrooms, dinner parties, “after fair” meetings, vernissage cocktails to museums and cultural institutions. Morning, noon and night throughout the whole week.

 

more. www.stockholmdesignweek.com

 

 

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