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Newsletter Swedish Design Movement, May 2021.
Photo: Daniel Engvall
Southern Sweden Design Days is Sweden's new international design event. The very first edition of the festival takes place in Malmö on May 27-30. The program is a hybrid with both physical and digital events, and a full one too – over 150 activities spanning the entire design field; from arts, crafts and graphic design to fashion, furniture design, industrial design, architecture and even urban planning. Swedish Design Movement contributes with a talk on design and innovation as keys for a sustainable future, with focus on the fashion- and textile industries. The talk is broadcasted on Friday May 28 at 13.00.

Read more about the program here.
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To solve the climate crises and other societal challenges we face, art, creativity and design must act together with science and technology to find new ways to change society. That is why the New European Bauhaus was initiated by Ursula Von der Leyen, President of the EU, in January 2021.
The initiative connects the European New Green Deal with people's living environments to build a sustainable and inclusive future with design, culture and creativity as a starting point. The aim of the conference held on 3 June, is to initiate a discussion about how to build a sustainable future as well as innovative and inclusive places where we want to live and work.

See the full program and register here.
The New European Bauhaus initiative has the ambition to make the Green Deal a cultural, human-centred, positive and tangible experience. Everyone should be able to feel, see and experience the green and digital transformation and the way it enhances our quality of life. The New European Bauhaus Prizes will encourage that. Deadline is 31st of May, so don´t miss out on the opportunity to apply.

More about the New European Bauhaus.

But what is the New European Bauhaus really about?

Here’s a short orientation seminar for you as an architect (in Swedish).
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The Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry and Business Sweden have initiated an export program for companies in the furniture- and interior design sector in Sweden. Many of these companies are already present on the international market - almost 70 percent of the Swedish furniture producers sell to foreign countries. But many of the companies are small, and so are the exported volumes. The program will support the companies to export in a more structured and focused way. The project starts off with a collaboration involving four Swedish regions and companies present there: Skåne, Västra Götaland, Kronoberg and Jönköping. By supporting these companies, the idea is to increase jobs and growth where the companies are located, which will also benefit local subcontractors and designers.

Read more (in Swedish) here.
Swedish Design Movement brings together Swedish design companies that believe design can accelerate progress to a sustainable society. Showcasing innovators in design, architecture and fashion inspires interest in Swedish design and spurs demand for sustainable products and services from Sweden. Swedish Design Movement is a Swedish government initiative and is managed by the Swedish Institute in collaboration with Architects Sweden, the Swedish Fashion Association, the Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry, the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design (Svensk Form), Swedish cities, regions and other partners
Swedish Design Movement brings together Swedish design companies that believe design can accelerate progress to a sustainable society. Showcasing innovators in design, architecture and fashion inspires interest in Swedish design and spurs demand for sustainable products and services from Sweden. Swedish Design Movement is a Swedish government initiative and is managed by the Swedish Institute in collaboration with Architects Sweden, the Swedish Fashion Association, the Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry, the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design, as well as representatives of Gothenburg, West Sweden, Malmö, Stockholm, Umeå, Business Sweden och Visit Sweden.

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