The Nordic Watercolour Museum is situated far out in the Swedish skerries on the isle of Tjörn north of Gothenburg. Apart from the exhibition areas the museum consists of a restaurant, workshops, a conference hall suitable for dance and theatre performances, studios, administration offices and a museum shop.
Set apart from the museum by a narrow sound but connected by bridge are five artist’s studios.
Following the inauguration the museum has been awarded a number of distinctions. The project has been reproduced in numerous architectural magazines and books and exhibited in various European countries.
Area: Approx. 2.600 m2
1. prize in open international competition 1996
Inauguration June 2000