Röhsska Museum – Sweden

  • Röhsska-Museum

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  • Dedicated to design, fashion and, of course, fine arts and founded in 1904, the world-famous Röhsska Museum (also known as the Design Museum) is something that you should definitely visit if you find yourself in Gothenburg. The structure that harbours the establishment was designed by Swedish master architect Carl Westman in 1910 (finished in 1914) and it presents National Romantic architectural standards. With a massive collection of over 50,000 items, it was opened to the public in 1916. The collection mainly consists of pieces from European artists but there are a few from the Far East as well such as China and Japan. Oh, and the ladies will be delighted to hear that it also has a collection of clothes pertaining to the 20th and the 21 centuries. This, of course, makes it a must-see for fashion designers. You never know what will inspire you (wink)!

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