Time for IFLA in Stockholm
From September 28th to 30th, the IFLA World Congress 2023 (International Federation of Landscape Architects) will be held in Stockholm and Nairobi, where Nola proudly serves as a main sponsor. This hybrid event brings together landscape architects, urban planners, and other stakeholders in the green and sustainable city. We look forward to the packed schedule of lectures and panel discussions, as well as meetings and conversations with all of you.
“Landscape architecture plays a crucial role in the transformation towards socially, environmentally, and healthily sustainable cities. In this, we want to engage in every way we can. From real solutions in urban spaces to platforms for knowledge exchange and participation,” says Nola’s CEO Henrik Edlund and founder Agneta Stake.
The conference takes place at the Filadelfiakyrkan, where we will furnish a green and delightful urban living room with product news, including a plant support system by Martin Brattström at Edge, among many other exciting activities.
Read more and get your ticket here: https://www.ifla2023.com/
Outside Filadelfiakyrkan, we will show a new plant support system by Martin Brattström at Edge.
With a lively look in the rearview mirror at some of this year's highlights, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We say thank you for the year that has passed and look forward to seeing you soon again. The office will be closed from 23 December to 1 January. For urgent matters, email email@example.com
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