Chinese designers Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu discuss their past and upcoming projects, as well as their research into China's disappearing village culture, during a lecture at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2019.
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Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu of Shanghai studio Neri&Hu are this year's guests of honour at the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair.
As guests of honour, the Chinese architects designed the main exhibition called The Unfolding Village, a long structure made from locally sourced timber, which is based on the narrow, sinuous alleyways found in many Chinese villages.
The installation is the result of recent research by Neri&Hu into the disappearing villages of China, which the duo discuss in their guest of honour lecture at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair.
The pair also discuss their past and upcoming projects in China and abroad.
Directly following the lecture, Dezeen's editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs will sit down with the two architects for a 30 minute discussion about their research and the installation.
We are livestreaming a number of talks on 6 February, including a talk with designer Matti Klenell about the design of the new public spaces at Stockholm's Nationalmuseum earlier today, and a one-on-one conversation between French designer Matali Crasset, which you can watch on Dezeen from 3:00pm UK time.
The Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2019 takes place from 5 to 9 February.
Images courtesy of Zhu Hai.