2024-27 March 2022
The Röhsska Museum’s Design History exhibition was a chronological presentation of 200 years of design development – illustrated by some 1,000 design classics.
5 JUNE 2021- 26 SEPTEMBER 2021
A monument to partying, complete with secret rooms. A teenager, looking for their identity. A place that has served its purpose. Visions for the Brunnsparken of the future differ wildly when architects are given a free hand to speculate around the future of one of Gothenburg’s most talked-about spaces.
1 FEBRUARY 2020 - 10 JANUARY 2021
At the beginning of 2020, the Röhsska Museum opened an exhibition with the London-based research agency Forensic Architecture. The exhibition presented three criminal cases where the group has contributed evidence material by utilising architecture and design strategies.
3 OCTOBER 2020 – 1 NOVEMBER 2020
Innovative and experimental new designs from Sweden’s young creatives. The exhibition Young Swedish Design displayed unique pieces from a range of disciplines: from product design to crafts.
4 JUNE 2020 – 20 SEPTEMBER 2020
In the exhibition Katja of Sweden, the Röhsska Museum put a spotlight on a fashion brand that has achieved international success, while showing the wealth of fabric patterns they have created together with prominent textile artists.
29 FEBRUARY 2020 – 17 MAY 2020
The exhibition Svart Rya: A work by Pasi Välimaa was on display between 29 February and 17 May 2020. The iconic textile is a monochromatic rug made in a traditional rya technique in a monumental format by one of the Nordic region’s foremost textile artists.
15 JUNE 2019 – 5 JANUARY 2020
With the exhibition Ocean Plastics the Röhsska Museum highlighted various conceptual design projects where design can be seen as the solution, rather than the problem.
23 FEBRUARY 2019 – 19 MAY 2019
The Röhsska Museum commissioned Fredrik Paulsen to interpret the notion of Democratic Design. He chose to design a chair for the purpose. The exhibition invited visitors to make their own chairs and to reflect on various aspects of democratic design.
23 FEBRUARY 2019 – 12 MAY 2019
The Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize 2018 went to the Icelandic designer Brynjar Sigurðarson. With an award sum of SEK 1 million, this was the world’s largest design prize.
23 FEBRUARY 2019 – 22 SEPTEMBER 2019
The New Works in the Collection exhibition at the Röhsska Museum featured a selection of new pieces in the collection by designers and makers who are known for their unique design.