The system that runs in and out of the trade fair backdrop defines the Stockholm Design Week, an event (from 5-11 February) dedicated to design and creative approaches defined by more than one hundred events in the city. Districts, galleries, showrooms, parties, "after fair" events, vernissages, museums and institutional events become an opportunity for exchange and analysis on the theme of Scandinavian and international design. There is Arflex that opens the doors of its showroom, mirrored - among many others - by Bolon and De Castelli who take the opportunity to inaugurate their new exhibition space; ditto Hem Design Studio or Astrid Studio & Showroom that offer astonishing exhibitions in their spaces in partnership with the designer Jessica Signell Knutsson and the Lightwork brand; to enrich the program, the WELOVEWOODS exhibition with a selection of furniture, lighting and wooden objects 'made in Sweden and Finland', then passing through the installation Think Yesterday, which celebrates the Nordic design’s masters of the 20th century. A must see, the stage at the Sandin.Bülow Möbeldesignmuseum for a journey in design history - through 700 pieces of furniture - Nordic and international from 1800 to these days. These are just some of the events scheduled for the Design Week, whose heart remains the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair event (6-10 February). This year the exhibition space dedicated to furnishing and lighting is flanked by an array of exceptional names and minds of the industry: from Paola Navone as Guest of Honor, to Luca Nichetto who created the Design Bar (within the Victoria Hall), through the Christian Halleröd design studio, author of Trend Exhibition.