The Complete City Guide For Stockholm Furniture And Lighting Fair 2019 – Stockholm became, in the past few years, a very international city. Risen from the dark and cold, this city of Sweden is getting attention from all creative artists and interior designers…
Also known as the “Venice of the North”, Stockholm sits astride 14 islands on the sparkling waters of Lake Malaren and it boasts plenty of dramatic Nordic beauty everywhere. Since you’re going to their famous design event, Stockholm Furniture And Lighting Fair 2019, find out what you can do or visit in the beautiful Swedish design city!
Where To Stay
The local four-star hotel features a modern interior design created by young interior architects and designers with established reputations. It was named after the founder of Stockholm and is firmly dedicated to their national heritage. Each room, inspired by the Swedish decoration and style, has is own personal twist offering surprising and individual decoration to surprise the boutique hotel guests. The hotel lobby almost looks like a unique exhibition hall with masterpieces that focus on the Swedish style. From the personalized color tones to their clean lines and interior design, each one of these creations were made by local young artists!
Since 1874, this boutique hotel has been hosting many famous celebrities, high-profile events and everyday bon-vivants. Founded by French chef Régis Cadier, The Grand Hotel in Stockholm was the first boutique Swedish hotel that is one same scale that the renowned continental-style hotels around Europe.
Located in one of the most iconic Art Nouveau buildings, this incredible location offers endless possibilities for you to explore the many great restaurants, exciting bars, shopping gems and hidden corners of this capital.
What To Visit
Symbol of fashion and design, the stylish MOOD mall features unique boutiques like Rodebjer and Posh Living along with famous international brands recently established in Sweden, including Ralph Lauren and Club Monaco. The MOOD Stockholm is on the block that connects the Hamngatan and Bibliotekstan shopping districts and it provides a unique and attractive mix that makes it extra fun to shop, no matter what style or look you are looking for! At Mood Stockholm, you will find exciting shops and many, interesting brands
The unique name of this incredible ar gallery results of the combination of Art, Activities and Archipelago. Creating a destination of international high-quality with crossing art exhibits, inspiring activities and amazing meals is their ultimate mission!
For International and Swedish contemporary art, this is the contemporary art gallery that you need to visit! Opened in 2006, Bonniers Konsthall is an independent and non-profit art institution, that shows and discuss art from the world over.
THE ROYAL PALACES:
To learn more about the Swedish Royal Family and the Swedish Royal history, the Royal Palace is the place to go… They will give you some tips to easily remember all the Carls and Gustafs in the list of Swedish monarchs.
Where To Eat
Located in the Royal Art Academy campus the F12 restaurant is owned by the famous restaurateurs Melker Andersson and Danyel Couet. The interior design features Mario Bellini furniture in sea-foam green, lemon-yellow, and cream, as well as paintings by artists like Diti Almog. In warm weather, meals can be enjoyed on the terrace that overlooks Lake Malaren and the Old Town.
The rye bread bakery where the traditional craftsmanship is spiced with new ideas and playfulness make every day from scratch their organic rye bread, in order to preserve the rare Swedish grains future by finding new ways to use them. Besides their baked goodies, they also serve breakfast, soup of the day and Swedish varieties of Danish smørrebrød, which can be enjoyed as a takeaway or savored on the spot!
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