During Stockholm Creative Edition, Interesting Times Gang will premiere a biophilic interior design wall-as-furniture concept – LOOM, made from mycelium, and JUGOSO, created from 3D-printed orange peel rinds. A concept commissioned by Scandinavian property owner OBOS.
The biophilic interior will be complemented by KELP COLLECTION, a furniture concept produced from recycled fishing nets consisting of a chair, bar stool, stool and bench, and AIBIO, the world’s first AI-designed coffee-table, 3D-printed using a wood-based material.
A force of nature in the Scandinavian design industry, Interesting Times Gang is a Stockholm-based studio, reimagining the future role of design, as viewed through the prism of biomaterials, circularity and emerging technology.
ITG are an interdisciplinary collective of artists, material developers and creative technologists, obsessed with the creation and craftsmanship of aesthetic objects and environments, produced from circular and regenerative materials.
ADDRESS: c/o Enkelrum, Rehnsgatan 3, Stockholm
Wednesday May 24 – Exhibition & Drinks from 16:00 – 22:00