Wingårdhs architects and Wikerstål Arkitekter have led the five-year renovation of Sweden’s 19th century Nationalmuseum originally designed in 1866 by Friedrich August Stüler, architect of the Neues Museum in Berlin, that brings the building and galleries up to date to contemporary standards – and expectations while striking a delicate balance between preservation and modernisation.

Source: Sweden’s Nationalmuseum renovation balances history with modernisation

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.