Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is the world's largest meeting place for Scandinavian furniture and lighting design, for both home and public environments.
Three exciting and inspiring trend installations at the Fair are brought to us courtesy of designer Jan Rundgren.
The immediate future is ushering in an even greater focus on one’s own home, if that’s possible, Jan predicts. Consumers might be making fewer purchases, but many will be opting for quality and spending more money and taking a more long-term approach to home furnishings. Sofas and beds are the items of furniture consumers consider to be the most important purchases for the home – but there’s a lot going on with bookcases, not only to fill with books but to use as partition walls with smart storage, he continues.
Let there be Light / Let there be Future - is located by the entrance of Hall B.
Lighting is showcased under the name “Let there be light” and public spaces interiors under the name “Let there be Future”.
There’s a lot happening right now in the world of public spaces. This type of furniture, particularly Scandinavian, has a reputation for excellent quality. We’re seeing far bolder design and material selection in recent years and we’re asking more from the furniture we encounter in public spaces. The world of lighting feels more inspiring than ever. I want to put the lamps in their proper context and show the innovative playfulness that we’ll find among this year’s exhibitors, explains Jan Rundgren.