German studio Dehlin Brattgård Arkitekter creates an immersive and futuristic small-scale exhibition space for the Swedish Center for Architecture and Design. The Stockholm-based institution has a series of lofty galleries and Boxen — the new studio gallery, is another edition that will allow and celebrate daring, boundary-pushing creativity.
The small-scale exhibition space occupies multiple levels and is described as "a robust machine for fast-changing, experimental exhibitions." The venue is crucial to an institution like this as it allows for a quick turnover, is cost-effective and will ultimately go a long way in helping with the progression of the field.
The small-scale exhibition space is tucked in within one of the ArkDes museum's existing halls and it is made predominantly out of steel which gives it an inarguable futuristic look.
Photo Credits: Johan Dehlin