EXHIBITION · Group Exhibition · Teenage Dreams

Through fascinating installations created by recognized design studios such as Our Shift, Natural Material Studio, and Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen, visitors enter into a world where dreams and reality merge.

The exhibition focuses on young people and invites you to explore and reflect on what a teenager’s room represents.

A teenager’s room is more than just a room. For teenagers, their bedroom is their safe space. It is where they can get a good night’s sleep and can be themselves. It is where they do their homework, recharge their batteries, and relax. However, their room also provides the technological setting for their communication, social interaction, and identity formation online.

Today, more young people than ever are struggling. Many feel pressured to succeed and suffer from loneliness. And many teens are far more concerned about the environment today than previous generations were. Their commitment to being responsible consumers is reflected in an increasing recycling trend, both with regard to their clothing choices and to the materials and furniture they surround themselves with.

Each installation is designed to spark reflection and conversations about how spaces impact our well-being and reflect the sign of the times. You can touch new biogenetic materials, recharge your body and phone while lying in what was once a festival tent, and check out the light in the selfie zone where the border between the private and public sphere is dissolved.

The exhibition features our FUTURES talent 2024 Barbara Marstrand, as well as, Our Shift, Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen, and Natural Material Studio.

In connection with 3daysofdesign, there is free admission to the exhibition Teenage Dreams.