Free entrance

Exhibitions

With a focus on the present and the future, our exhibition program aims to make knowledge accessible and inspire, but also to spark conversations about current issues in architecture, design and crafts. The focus is often on process and sustainability rather than finished results.

Jävla kritiker!

Damn critics!

28 AUG 2021 – 07 NOV 2021
Exhibition
Floor 2

Architecture critics from Sweden, Norway, and Denmark write critiques of fictional works of architecture. The critical reflection is founded in the critics’ own dreams and imagination. The written critiques are handed over to six designers from the three countries who generate form through models and drawings based on the critique. The written critique and the graphic and spatial design representations are presented together in a traveling exhibition.

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Material meetings

Material meetings

10 SEPT 2021 – 24 OKT 2021
Exhibition
Entrance hall & floor 3

Material meetings is a glimpse of the future’s textile industry, shown by the exam works of the textile design students at Textilhögskolan i Borås.  Creating and finalising a textile collection requires both material, technical development and many hours of work. To the extent of 43 weekends spent at school, 1890 hours of work, 539 material samples and thousands meters of yarn. 

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EXHIBITING ARCHITECTURE, OR ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITIONISM

Exhibiting Architecture, or Architectural Exhibitionism

07 SEP 2021 – 07 NOV 2021
Exhibition
Floor 2

Exhibiting Architecture, or Architectural Exhibitionism is a Doctoral course, organized by Per-Johan Dahl (Lund University) and Whitney Moon (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), within the framework of the Swedish graduate school ResArc.

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Ung Svensk Form 2021. Anonymous Crystal - Rasmus Nossbring

Upcoming: Ung Svensk Form 2021

13 NOV 2021 – 16 JAN 2022
Upcoming
Exhibition
Floor 2

Ung Svensk Form (Young Swedish Design) has a power and energy that are inspirational and eager to create change. Featuring skilled craftsmanship and an intuitive sense for materials, it shows what is happening within the young Swedish design scene of today.

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