Promotion: Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair is hosting a series of digital talks this week, with speakers including architect and activist Duncan Baker-Brown, digital artist Andrés Reisinger and materials expert Caroline Till.
Stockholm Design and Architecture Talks features an extensive programme of interviews, tours and panel discussions exploring the theme Being a Game Changer.
Programme highlights include a session called Design for the Metaverse, featuring contributions from Barcelona-based Reisinger, Warpin Media CEO Emma Ridderstad and metaverse designer Laura Olin.
New York-based curator Beatrice Galilee will join Fairs and Baker-Brown for a panel exploring the challenges of building sustainable cities.
Treggiden will host a discussion called On Mending and Repair, where Till will be joined by maker Bridget Harvey and designer and artist Hans Tan.
The event is hosted by Hanna Nova Beatrice, project area manager for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair and Stockholm Design Week and editor-in-chief of The New Era, and Konrad Olsson of Scandinavian Mind.
"We want to spark debate and instigate collaborations over the genres," said Nova Beatrice.
"We must help each other and put competition aside in order to find the best solutions going forward."
Stockholm Design and Architecture Talks will be broadcast from 8 to 10 February, but all sessions will be available to watch on demand until 11 March.
Stockholm Design and Architecture Talks will run from 8 to 10 February online. See Dezeen Events Guide for an up-to-date list of architecture and design events taking place around the world.