Designkväll at Lokstallarna
Each year in November Input interior hosts “Designkväll” in Borås, an opportunity for the design-focused audience to gather new impressions and ideas.
Since 2006, Designkväll has been an appreciated event in the Sjuhärad area. For one evening, the showroom at Lokstallarna in Borås is stage to the latest product news and trends of the season.
“The purpose of Designkväll is to create a relaxed atmosphere where clients and partners can meet, get inspired and ask us questions about interior design, trends and working environments.” says Johan Wallin, Project Manager and Sales Representative at Input interior.
An enjoyable evening
During the past events, several prominent architects and designers, including Eero Koivisto, Gunilla Allard, Torbjørn Anderssen, Monica Förster and Morten Voss have made special guest appearances. This year, sustainability was the main focus and designer Emma Olbers talked about how her products are designed from an environmental perspective and are meant to last for generations.
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