The exhibition Woodland Sweden shows the rapid development in innovative contemporary architecture, with examples of Swedish excellence in wooden construction; from the exotic wilderness of a ‘naturum’ (natural habitat information centre) in Lapland to the architecture of a daycare centre in a suburb of Stockholm. The exhibition contains ten photo plates, each with a text that tells more about the different aspects of construction work with wood. Produced by Architects Sweden for the Swedish Institute.
The exhibition can be used by Swedish Foreign Missions to promote a positive picture of Sweden as it enhances sustainability, innovation and closeness to nature. In addition to the photo plates, we also offer a template for a press release and tools for social media.
Interested in showing the exhibition? Click here to read more at the Swedish Institute.