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SCANDINAVIAN MIND X EXPO 2020
Inside the Space Week grand opening at Expo 2020 Dubai
OUR READING LIST
Underwater parking garages, Volvo’s fossil-free steel vehicle, ski resorts fighting climate change
FASHIONTECH / TV
Actress Alicia Agneson on joining ”rebellious” platform Yaytrade as new global fashion director
Vaarnii uses wild-grown pine in an attempt to define a new design language for Finland
Q&A / TECHNOLOGY
”Femtech has massive importance in the improvement of women’s lives all around the world”
GUIDE / THE EXPERT / ARCHITECTURE
”Our exhibition shows that Lewerentz was provocatively engaged with the most profound moments of being a human being”
VR / AR
Taking the leap
As we move into a more immersive digital world, many say that it will be the next step for the Internet itself. Emma Ridderstad, founder of AR and VR company Warpin Media, argues it will be our final one.
Scandinavian MIND x Silhouette
For Silhouette, the design approach orbits around the need for lighter, thinner, stronger, and more sustainable — frames of thought, which have skyrocketed Silhouette to a new dimension within eyewear.
Rehearsing the future
In the quest of seamlessly infusing tech into our lifestyles, Isabelle Olsson is nothing short of a luminary one. Her work as Design Director at Google comes with the responsibility of humanising all of the tech giant’s hardware. As the internet of things is connecting our homes, Olsson doesn’t want you to notice it.
Escaping the mind
International art juggernaut Jacob Felländer is about to release his biggest, most ambitious work yet. The Great Escape is a multi-dimensional project including photography, painting, sculpture, fashion, music, and education, all connected through an augmented reality app. But behind his ambitions is a wish to disconnect himself from his art. We sit down in his studio and discuss the need for technology in art, the frustrations from the pandemic, and his search for freedom.