Stockholm Design Week
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is the initiator behind Stockholm Design Week which was held for the first time in 2002. It supports the fair in making Stockholm the place to be for Purchasers, Architects, Designers and Journalists during one week in February. For this year’s event, Aritco welcomed renowned Journalists, Architects and Designers to witness a talk hosted by Dezeen.
The talk with the headline “How can craft support new ways of living in a high-tech future?” aired live on Dezeen. It was a huge success with over 50,000 watching live. We took the opportunity to interview the speakers and also a couple of Designers and Architects invited by Aritco. Watch our edited version above or the full interviews below. Don’t forget to sign up for invitations to our next live broadcast!
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Featured videos and interviews
Marco Checchi is one of the founding partners of Studio Stockholm. An award-winning architecture firm that works on projects of all sizes. Click the video to see Marco’s definition of the modern architect.
Tom Foster, Design Director at London based Studio RHE. An architecture and design practice with a global reputation for delivering bold, innovative, residential, leisure and workplace environments.
Fredrik Färg of the award-winning design duo Färg & Blanche. Known for their experimental stance, where each expression informs the other, they effortlessly move between the exclusive hand made one off and the industrially produced.
Julen Perez of Waugh Thistleton Architects gives us his thoughts on how using timber in combination with off-site construction projects can save the environment.