Tue. Jul 5th, 2022

This week, the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair will host a series of digital talks featuring architects and activists Duncan Baker-Brown and Andrés Reisinger, as well as materials expert Caroline Till.

Being a Game Changer is the central theme of this year’s Stockholm Design and Architecture Talks programme, which includes a wide variety of interviews, tours and panel discussions.

Argentine Andrés Reisinger

Architects and designers will learn more about the metaverse from digital artist Andrés Reisinger. Andrés Reisinger’s Hortensia Chair is shown in the first image. From 8 to 10 February, the talks will be streamed online to coincide with Stockholm Design Week, as the furniture fair has been pushed back until September 2022.

In addition to Marcus Fairs, the editor-in-chief of Dezeen, other moderators include environmental design writer Katie Treggiden and television presenter Li Pamp.

Brown, Duncan Baker

The author of The Re-Use Atlas, Duncan Baker-Brown, will examine how cities can become more environmentally friendly. The Design for the Metaverse session, which includes contributions from Barcelona-based Reisinger, Warpin Media CEO Emma Ridderstad, and metaverse designer Laura Olin, is one of the highlights of the conference.

There will be a panel discussion on the challenges of building sustainable cities with New York City-based curator Beatrice Galilee.

Ingrid Thomas

Co-founder of FranklinTill Caroline Till will speak on the topic of mending and the circular economy. The discussion, titled “On Mending and Repair,” will be moderated by Treggiden and feature Till in conversation with maker Bridget Harvey and artist and designer Hans Tan.

It also includes an interview with Mexican-based designer Fabien Cappello and studio tours by Swedish designers Front and Axelsson. At the Stockholm Furniture Fair, Snarkitecture created a labyrinth-like display for Bolon. This year’s Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair has been postponed until September of 2022.

Hosts Hanna Nova Beatrice and Konrad Olsson of Scandinavian Mind are responsible for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Stockholm Design Week. Nova Beatrice said, “We want to spark debate and collaborations over the genres.” “In order to find the best solutions moving forward, we must help each other and put competition aside.”


Front’s Anna Lindgren and Sofia Lagerkvist will open their Stockholm studio to viewers. On-demand viewing of all sessions from the Stockholm Design and Architecture Talks will be available until 11 March.

Stockholm Design and Architecture Talks has an extensive schedule and tickets available for purchase.

Between the 8th and the 10th of February, a series of online talks on Stockholm design and architecture will be held. To keep up with the latest architecture and design events, check out Dezeen’s Events Guide.

By Adam

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