In the past, design has often played a key role in social progress. According to the Swedish Design Movement Manifesto that unites all the participants, design must now urgently reprise its role as an accelerator in order to help us to achieve the goals of Agenda 2030! As we know, design can transform information into action, doubts into certainties and ideas into business. Above all, it can help people to understand how vital it is to make long-term choices.
The Institut Suédois is eager to serve as a platform for interactions between key stakeholders, inviting personalities from a wide range of fields to discuss these essential challenges. Paris Design Week will be the starting point for a month focusing on sustainable design, architecture, and fashion, with a programme of exhibitions, talks, workshops and more.
- Exhibition: Living Room by Pierre Marie // 03.09.2021 – 03.10.2021
- Exhibition: Living in Sweden // 03.09.2021 – 03.10.2021
- Exhibition: Woodlife Sweden // 03.09.2021 – 03.10.2021
- The Hexagonal Pavilion // 03.09.2021 – 31.12.2021
- Guided tours: Hem x 6 // 03.09.2021 – 05.09.2021 and 10.09.2021 – 12.09.2021
- Galerie NeC c/o Institut suédois: group show // 03.09.2021 – 03.10.2021
- Showroom: Swedish Fashion // 29.09.2021 – 03.10.2021
- Design talks // 11.09.2021 – 13.09.2021
- Woodlife talks // 21.09.2021 – 23.09.2021
- Fashion talks // 29.09.2021 – 02.10.2021
Institut suédois 50 years in 2021! This event forms part of our anniversary programme dedicated to the theme of Friendship. Click here to learn more.
The Swedish Design Movement is a government-led initiative bringing together stakeholders from the worlds of design, fashion and architecture who are all actively transitioning towards increased sustainability.
Many thanks to our partners and designers!
Swedish Embassy in France, Architects Sweden, Swedish Wood, Swedish Forest Industries Federation, Aajiya, ABOMÉ Studio, Arctic Design of Sweden, AVAVAV, Beckmans College of Design, Blå Station, Carl Malmsten AB, Château Vignelaure, Diemonde, DUX, École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Ellen Hodakova, Fabric Forest, Filippa Agaton, Gärsnäs, HEARTEARTH LAB, House of Dagmar, Iggy Jeans, Ingy Stockholm, In Praise of Shadows architects, Ingridsdotter, Jade Cropper, Jeanerica, Kjellander Sjöberg architects, Lauritz.com, Lisa Hilland, Mike England Timber Ltd, NeC nilsson et chiglien, Nola, OMG Plumbing and Construction Group, Orrefors Kosta Boda, Palmgrens, Paris College of Art, Paris Design Week, Ramboll, Rave Review, Remake Stockholm, Sara Szyber, Selam Fessahaye, Stockholm Design Week & Furniture and Light Fair, Stolab, String, Sture Exhibitions & Events, Superfront, Susan Szatmàry, Svenskt Tenn, Swedish Fashion Association, Swedish Fashion Council, Swedish Society of Crafts and Design (Svensk Form), TEA, The Swedish School of Textiles/University of Borås, Välinge Innovation, White Arkitekter, Wigells, Örsjö.
A New Sweden, Adam Goodrum, Akenberg, Anna Kraitz, Anna von Schewen, Annkathrin Lundqvist, Bertil Vallien, Björn Dahlström, Britta Åsaker, Christina Leube, Christine Ingridsdotter, Ellen Ehk Åkesson, Emma Wåhlin, Erika Haglund, Eva Hild, Filippa Agaton, Färg & Blanche, Gustaf Nordenskiöld, Göran Wärff, Ida Wänstedt/Nordmark&Nordmark, Jessica Westerberg, Johan Ansander, Johan Röing, Jonatan Nilsson, Jonas Bohlin, Josephine Bergqvist, Kauppi & Kauppi, Konsthantverk Tyringe, Lena Bergström, Livia Schück, Lotta Lampa, Manufacture d’Aubusson Robert Four, Marie-Louise Hellgren, Markus Åkesson, Marit Stigsdotter, Marte Stensrud, Martti Rytkönen, Mathilda Guve, Max Stjerna, Mick & Monica Born, Mika Lindblad, Mårten Medbo, Monica Edmondson, Niklas Gustavsson, Ola Gillgren, Osko + Deichmann, Per Enoksson, Pierre Marie, Ronja Berg, Ronja Reuber, Septembre Architecture & Urbanisme, Siri Gertonsson, Snickis Stockholm, Thomas Sandell, Ulf Agnér, Westermalms Metallgjuteri, Yanis Dorey, Åsa Jungnelius.