Swedish Style Mumbai

3 juni 2019

The Consulate General of Sweden in Mumbai is hosting Swedish Style Mumbai! a lifestyle event on June 4-5, 2019 at Famous Studios in Mumbai showcasing the different sectors of Sweden’s creative industries including fashion, design, architecture, photography, fine arts, film, technology, gastronomy and music in an integrated way.

Belatchew Arkitekter participates in the exhibition focusing on wooden architecture and Rahel Belatchew will participate in panels and hold lectures. For example; “Bris”, a wooden pavillion designed by Belatchew and currently on display at Carl Eldh’s Studio Museum in Stockholm, will be showcased in Mumbai.

Besides Belatchew, Swedish Style Mumbai! also highlights leading brands and artists such as H&M, IKEA, Volvo Group, Karin Mamma Andersson and Jonas Åkerlund.

Swedish Style Mumbai! aims to launch closer collaboration between Indian and Swedish creative industries, boost bilateral relations and provide a platform for Swedish designers, architects, entrepreneurs, artists, chefs and companies to synergize with their Indian counterparts, to create new opportunities and offer new solutions for business and lifestyle concepts.

More: https://cisn.co/2wAyQqm

Photo: Åke E:son Lindman

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