Trend Exhibition 2016/17 - Nature is back for good
Modern man longs for nature. Plants and greenery are taking an increasingly central place in both our homes and public spaces. We are also becoming more aware about what the things around us are made of and how they are being produced. All of this is reflected in the theme of the exhibition, Nature is back for good!
Swedish designer Emma Olbers, Finnish interior stylist Susanna Vento and Danish interior stylist Christine Rudolph were each invited to design their own space in the Trend Exhibition 2016/17: the Outdoors area, the Meeting Room and the Teatime & Playtime room.
Outdoors area by Emma Olbers, Sweden
Where does it come from and where does it go? was the heading above Emma Olber’s exhibition. Expressions such as “genuine”, “tactile”, “quality” and “high sense of material” were evident throughout the exhibition.
Teatime & Playtime by Susanna Vento, Finland
Susanna Vento designed a spacious room where everything happens - meals, relaxation and work. There were space for children to run and furniture that fits a family’s activities - a daybed for relaxing and reading with children and a desk for work and children’s drawings and homework.
Meeting Room by Christine Rudolph, Denmark
Christine Rudolph created a collaborative work environment with open spaces. Her design facilitates group meetings as well as slightly old-fashioned private interaction. There were also a lot of greenery, which infuses new energy into the visitor and provides an opportunity to take a deep breath.