explores the city of Kiruna in Sweden which is undergoing an unprecedented change. The entire city is currently being moved by 3 kilometres because of the expanding iron mine that city is built around. The exhibit looks at the work of city planners, architects, and artists as the cultural heritage of this city undergoes a seismic shift.
explores over 1000 years of construction in Sweden. The museum contains models, photos, and original materials from a millennium of city planning and construction. Everything is from the ArkDes archives.
is an exhibition about ASMR. It features visual, tactile, and aural experiences. ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) has moved from obscurity to pop culture in recent years and this is the exhibition dedicated to it.
The museum also contains Sweden's largest library dedicated to architecture and design. It functions as a standard lending library and is accessible as part of Stockholm's library network. Read more about ArkDes' library here.
11:00 AM to 6:00 PM