A duo of decarbonisation workshops and a studio visit with Swedish design practice Front are among 19 virtual events to be hosted as part of the three-day Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks programme.

The line-up of live-streamed talks, interviews and presentations is hosted by the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, which has this year been postponed from February to September due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Highlights from the programme, taking place daily from 9am to midday Central European Time, include workshops on how to set a carbon budget and calculate the footprint of furniture, as well as a panel talk on the metaverse with 3D designer Andrés Reisinger.

Dezeen's founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs will be hosting two talks as part of the programme, including one on social architecture with Space Caviar's Joseph Grima and one on sustainable cities with curator Beatrice Galilee and architect Duncan Baker-Brown.

The Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks also hope to provide insight into designers' working practices and methods via virtual studio visits with Front and Åke Axelsson, plus a remote interview with London-based Fabien Cappello.

The event was designed to coincide with February's pared-back edition of Stockholm Design Week. A second edition of the event is set to take place in September 2022 alongside the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.

The Stockholm Design & Architecture Talks take place online from 8 to 10 February 2022.