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Goodbye, Denmark! Sweden, see you soon!

It’s been two weeks since we have embarked on our VITA lighting European Tour. We have been traveling around Denmark, bringing our unique “living room on wheels” to six different charming cities.

We started the adventure in Copenhagen, our home city and the capital of Danish design. After two days full of exciting events, we moved to Kolding, a lovely city in Southern Denmark. We haven’t missed Ebeltoft, the city with the longest wooden warship in the world and Denmark's smallest town hall. The road took us then to Århus and Ålborg, two of the biggest cities in Denmark and important hubs for culture and education. We have spent the past few days in Herning; our host was the famous Messecenter Herning – the largest exhibition center in Scandinavia.

During these days, we have welcomed lots of curious people and VITA enthusiasts in our “living room on wheels”; we have hosted fun competitions and events; and we have captured all the great moments in lovely Photo Galleries that you can find here. We also had the chance to meet Anne Charlotte Tiedemann, Verner Brems and Eva Flensted Madsen, three talented Danish painters who imprinted their creative universe on four of our VITA Silvia lamps that will be auctioned at the end of the tour, and all the proceeds will go to charity. You can discover their fascinating artistic world and the stories behind the paintings on the lamps in some captivating interviews that you can read here and here.

The North is now calling, so buckle up! We are departing for Sweden, our first home away from home. And what better way to settle in than visiting Stockholm?! Our VITA Van will come to Formex, a renowned trade fair and the largest meeting place for Nordic interior design.

If you are in Sweden, come meet us at Formex – Mässvägen 1, 125 80, Stockholm. We will be there:
Wednesday, August 19 – 9.30 – 19.00
Thursday, August 20 – 9.30 – 19.00
Friday, August 21 – 9.30 – 18.00
Saturday, August 22 – 9.30 – 17.00