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På Skissernas

Quality on a plate

In Swedish university city Lund, no more than 50 kilometres from TypeO House, there is a noteworthy museum named the Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art. Despite its rather drab name, it highlight all the aspects of a creative process we love so much – the research, the sketchen and the creating of models that goes into the finalising of an art piece. In 2019, th museum was even named Swedish Museum of the Year. 

Housed in the intriguing edifice, that consists of connected buildings from six different periods – the most recent a striking new extension and facade by Elding Oscarson – is museum restaurant På Skissernas. Focusing on honest Swedish flavours and local produce, the spot is a great place to spend a rainy afternoon, enjoying a long late lunch with friends. Every detail, from the lighting and art on the walls down to the ceramic milk pitcher, reflects the quality and craftsmanship that goes into preparing the restaurant’s delightful dishes.

Text and photography: Micha van Dinther

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