Last week I flew over to Sweden to attend Stockholm Furniture Fair. I could not attend the fair until later in the week, which meant that I had already got a peek of the fair through social media. I knew that the Nendo installation in the entrance hall was going to be spectacular, but little did I know how great it would be.
As I entered the fair I was straight away star struck by the playful concept of the design. It surely suits the Swedish landscape with its white base and curvy form as a representation of the snowy mountains. -Well mountains there are surely non in the Stockholm region, but further north one will find.-
Credit: Design Studio 210
Okay back to the installation; its structure created an enclosed area within the bigger hall, which became a place for people to meet and greet. This entrance was not only a piece of art but it also made me realize that I was in for an inspiring couple of days at the fair.
Ex Design Consultant. Design Curator. Online Creative. Curios minded. Love living and sharing a creative life through -The Interiors, The People, The Art, The Architecture & The Places. Design to me is about creating a story – it is about understanding what matters and how to create something unique which speaks your personal story.