Tuesday, February 4 from 7 pm to 11 pm
Location: A house - The Stage, Östermalmsgatan 26A, Stockholm
You are welcome to celebrate 3 amazing things with us:
ONE: Svensk Form celebrates 175 years!
TWO: SPOK launches a new web that maps out designers and producers all over Sweden.
THREE: SPOK releases its first book.
The evening starts with a talk by the team behind SPOK and Form/Design Center followed by Mats Widbom (Svensk Form) and designers and craftsmen who have worked with SPOK in different ways. The party continues with a welding- and music performance by SPOK founder Jenny Nordberg together with artist Andreas Kurtsson. The DJ and furniture designer Johanna Ritscher plays music all night.
Don’t be late! The first 100 guests will receive a SPOK bag with our newly released book and something special from SPOK’s souvenir collection. There will be welcome drinks, snacks, and a bar.
RVSP to email@example.com no later than 28/1.
See you there!
SPOK, Form/Design Center and Svensk Form
SPOK (Contemporary Production and Consumption) is a production platform that aims to gather and share knowledge about local manufacturing opportunities, from craft to industry. SPOK is founded by designer Jenny Nordberg. The initiative was launched in Skåne in 2016 with support from Region Skåne, Malmö Stad and Länsstyrelsen Skåne. Today, SPOK is run from Form/Design Center in Malmö by project manager Anna Gudmundsdottir. The new website, made with support from Tillväxtverket, creates a digital platform that improves the visibility of local manufacturers, creates encounters and simplifies collaborations between creative industries and other companies across Sweden.
Form/Design Center is a meeting place, a venue for inspiration and a knowledge hub within architecture and design. At Form/Design Center you can visit exhibitions, our shop and café, or take part in workshops and lectures. Form/Design Center is also a platform for the design industry and a partner in selected development projects. Form/Design Center is run by Svensk Form Syd, a nonprofit organization. The Center is funded with support from the Ministry of Culture, the City of Malmö, Region Skåne and the Swedish Arts Council.