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Sunday

20 January


Family Sunday: Build high!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

20 January


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

22 January


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

17:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Saturday

26 January


Seminar: Malmberget in Stockholm / the ArkDes Collection

11:00  M-salen i Gällivare Folkets hus


How is Malmberget represented in the ArkDes Collection in Stockholm? Seminar at Folkets Hus in Gällivare.

Guest researcher Karin Reisinger has explored drawings and photos of the slowly disappearing mining town of Malmberget. She will present her documentation of selected architecture from the 30s to the 70s in Gällivare-Malmberget. By inviting inhabitants of Malmberget and Gällivare she aims to facilitate a discussion of the implications of architecture by including the local knowledge.

Everyone interested is invited to the lecture with images by architects such as Hakon Ahlberg and Folke Hederus to take part in the conversation on which society they drew in their architect offices in Stockholm.

In English and Swedish. With snacks.


Sunday

27 January


Family Sunday: Build high!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

27 January


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

29 January


ArkDes Think Tank: Open call for projects and announcement of grant of 1 million Swedish kronor

16:00  


Architecture and design professionals now have the opportunity to apply for grants to conduct investigative projects within the framework of ArkDes Think Tank.

On January 29, there will be a presentation of ArkDes Think Tank and the call for projects, which is aimed at architects, landscape designers, urban planners, researchers, artists and others who work with practice-based, investigative projects that focus on the challenges and issues relating to the cities of today and tomorrow. Also presented will be ArkDes Think Tank’s upcoming exploratory project on prefabricated concrete and the method’s influence on architecture and quality.

Programme

16.00: Kieran Long, Director ArkDes, opening/welcome.
Kl 16.05: Linda Kummel, Strategist, presentation of ArkDes Think Tank.
Kl 16.20: Presentation of the project “creative panels” with Kjellander Sjöberg, Wingårdhs and Kod Arkitekter.
Kl 16:45: Presentation of the grant for 1 million Swedish kronor.
Kl 17–18: Mingle in Café Blom with snacks and drinks.

In Auditoriet, 2nd floor.

ArkDes Think Tank is a creative hub for research, collaboration and strategic analysis within architecture and design.

Questions? E-mail hej.thinktank@arkdes.se.

Limited seats. Free admission.

Pre-registration


Tuesday

29 January


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

17:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Sunday

3 February


Family Sunday: Build high!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

3 February


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Sunday

10 February


Family Sunday: Build high!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

17 February


Family Sunday: Build high!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

24 February


Family Sunday: Build high!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Tuesday

26 February


February half term: Build High!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Wednesday

27 February


February half term: Build High!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Thursday

28 February


February half term: Build High!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Friday

1 March


February half term: Build High!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Saturday

2 March


February half term: Build High!

13:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

3 March


February half term: Build High!

12:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 

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