Stockholm Creative Edition 2021

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Stockholm Creative Edition is a new independent design week dedicated to the best of contemporary Swedish design, taking place from 23 to 29 September 2021 at various locations across Stockholm, Sweden. Behind the initiative is the multidisciplinary concept & design studio Attar, which aims to create an annual meeting place for design enthusiasts and prominent players from various industries, including gastronomy. The participants will have the opportunity to share knowledge, exchange ideas, inspire and be inspired in a new and exciting way that emphasizes the experience.

From 23 to 29 September 2021, Stockholm Creative Edition will feature exhibitions, studios, talks, and pop-up spaces across the city. Several restaurants will take part in the Stockholm Food Tour, combining fine cuisine with exclusive design in the best restaurants the city has to offer. The event also has a dedicated hub in the newly renovated premises in the regenerated area of downtown Stockholm known as Sergelstan, exhibiting the works from Beckmans College of Design students.

After more than a year without in-person cultural gatherings due to the global pandemic, a large part of the creation of Stockholm Creative Edition is about offering a physical meeting place for design lovers, buyers, students, and successful design companies to collaborate and network. “We’re creating the kind of event that we like to visit ourselves,” said event organizers Ulrika and Philippe Attar.

Companies participating in the event include Abstracta, Anki Gneib, Articles, Asplund, Astrid, Atelier Sandemar, Beckmans College of Design, Bolon, Bonni Bonne, Dry Studios, Fogia, Gallery Glas, Gemla, Klong, Lammhults, Marie-Louise Hellgren, Massproductions, New Day Interior, New Story, Gallery Sebastian Schildt, Offecct, Ogeborg, Okko, Per Söderberg/No Early Birds, Pholc, Reform Lab, Sweden Green House, Tarkett, Vandra Rugs, Örsjö and more.

Additional participants and information about all participating companies will be communicated on an ongoing basis at www.stockholmcreativeedition.com

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Asja

Asja Nastasijevic is an Art Historian and Art Writer living in Paris, France. She holds a MA degree in Art History from the University of Belgrade and an MA in Art & Cultural Management from the University of Turin. Over the years, she worked as an art gallery assistant, art writer, editor, and content creator for various art-related and design-related magazines, galleries, and online marketplaces. When not writing and researching, she leads art history tours in Paris and the Louvre. Her motto is: "Put all you are into the smallest thing you do." It is a verse from a poem by one of her favorite poets Fernando Pessoa.

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