Greenhouse 2019 at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair


The place where unexpected and innovative ideas are unveiled

Greenhouse is our popular section at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair where up-and-coming designers and design schools show their prototypes to future partners, producers and customers. Many of today’s leading designers had their breakthrough in the Greenhouse and many young designers have also been able to see their products go into production, thanks to Greenhouse. Oki Sato of Nendo, the design studio GamFratesi, Form Us With Love, Folkform and Morten & Jonas are a few of them who begun their careers in Greenhouse.

What products are exhibited in Greenhouse?

Products typically put on display here include furniture, lighting, textiles, carpets, glass and art/design products of a more experimental nature.

Who can apply to Greenhouse?

Design schools and emerging designers from all over the world are welcome to apply. A jury of industry experts selects the exhibitors. There is no age limit for applications, but there is a limit on how many times you are allowed to exhibit at Greenhouse, which is a maximum of 3 times.

The application period has expired. Welcome to apply in April 2020!

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GamFratesi / Denmark

“Greenhouse was a great platform to show our projects for the first time. It was very important because we had the opportunity to meet people and companies and to get in contact with our first manufacturer to start a collaboration.”

Oki Sato / Japan

“Showing at Greenhouse taught me many things as a designer. I think that was a great start as a designer. During that week I was connected to Swedese, who chose my stool to be a part of their collection. This was my first furniture piece to be produced by a company.”

Afteroom / Sweden

“It was a critical time at a moment when we were just starting our own design studio. Showing at Greenhouse meant to us an important examination of weather our vision was right or wrong”

MSDS / Canada

“Our practice transformed overnight, really. A bunch of our designs were picked up at Greenhouse, and we began several enduring collaborations.”.