When Stockholm Design Week commences on 4 February, the design agency Note will pack up its studio, move to Standhuset in Luma and kick start Note Open 2013. Strandhuset, with its modern and straighforward design, is perfect for this purpose and Note Design foresees many opportunities to display its work to visitors and journalists in a creative and exciting manner.
“We are very excited that Note will be using Strandhuset in Luma during Stockholm Design Week. The premises are fantastic and perfect for creative activities. The entire area is in fact internationally renowned for its innovativeness,” says Christer Bergmann, Fabege’s Property Manager at Hammarby Sjöstad.
Note’s regular activities will continue as usual but the door will be open to visitors and journalists for the entire week for the opportunity to participate in exhibitions, meet the agency’s partners and also to see the employees in action.
“Luma’s waterfront building is an exciting and creative environment that is excellent for displaying the agency’s creative range. Stockholm Design Week is an important platform for us, where we will have the opportunity to demonstrate our skills and, naturally, we want to do a good job,” says Cristiano Pigazzini, Executive Manager/Founder of Note.
Noteis a Stockholm-based design studio that exploits and highlights the unique feature of each project. It converts intangible values into tangible objects and space. Note works with architecture, product design and design strategy for Swedish and international companies, such as Nola, Zero, Abici-Italia, La Chance, Seletti, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
Note has also been awarded the prestigious Wallpaper* Design Award 2013 for the Bolt chair it designed for French La Chance. The studio is normally also located in Hammarby Sjöstad but on Heliosgatan.
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