On 17 June, an exhibition with the title Glass is Tomorrow opened at Nationalmuseum Design, located inside Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm. The result of an international project to highlight the potential of glass, the exhibition features around 200 glass pieces and prototypes co-created and produced in workshops held at various glassworks across Europe. One of them is The Glass Factory, Boda in Sweden, who also is a partner in the project. Playing with transparency, opaqueness, colour, shade and light; Glass is Tomorrow has transposed the savoir-faire of glass-making into the design sphere across Europe. Co-funded by the European Union Culture Programme since 2011, the project brings the world of glassmakers and designers together by forging strong links between the individuals and territories involved in this age-old craft. The creative ideas born from mobility,

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