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    Färgfabriken

    The Färgfabriken building was built in Lövholmen in 1889 by Helge Palmcrantz. In the 1870’s Palmcrantz developed the reaping machines, mowers and the machine gun. His factory was built for the production and was named the Palmcrantz House. In 1902, the paint firm Wilhelm Becker moved its production to the building. In addition to paint, Becker produced a variety of other products such as soap, artists’  and dressing materials. In the mid 1990's, extensive renovations were carried out in the building, and in 1995 Färgfabriken’s first show opened. Since then, the interiors have been restored and renovated several times, most recently in 2009-2011.

    Photo: Erik Lefvander

    Agora Linköping

    In Agora, the people of Linköping can meet around music, dance, visual arts, drama, studies, association activities and much more. The building, designed by White Arkitekter, is very special in itself, with large glass sections and odd angles.

    Photo: Erik Lefvander

    Landskrona Art Gallery

    Landskrona Art Gallery is one of Skåne's most beautiful art galleries. With large window walls and concrete design language, the building blends into the surrounding park while having a distinct shape. Landskrona Art Gallery was built in 1963 for the City of Landskrona's 550th anniversary, as an exhibition hall for industrial design. The hall is designed by Sten Samuelson and Fritz Jaenecke.

    Photo: Pelle Wahlgren

    Art Gallery in Hishult

    Photo: Pelle Wahlgren

    Hotel Öresund

    Photo: Jockum Klenell

    Spira Jönköping

    Spira Civic center is designed by architect Gert Wingårdh. His architecture is characteri­zed by high-tech solutions combined with sensual, lyrical qualities.

    Photo: Erik Lefvander

     

    Jönköping County Museum

    Jönköping County Museum is an art and cultural history museum, which brings to life the county’s cultural heritage. In the middle of Jönköping, in a characteristic building by architect Carl Nyrén, visitors encounter exhibitions in halls with light and space.

    Photo: Erik Lefvander