| By Maria Cruz

Torsby Finnskogscentrum

Na floresta de Värmland

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Bornstein Lyckefors Architects architectural practice has transformed a school building in the deep forests of Värmland, in Sweden, into a 2000-sqm public museum, recalling the “slash and burn” style of farming grain. An outer skin was crafted, in the form of a wooden palisade. The classrooms were converted into new spaces for permanent and temporary exhibitions. The Torsby Finnskogscentrum is a space that is now used to tell the stories of Finnish farmers, who long ago settled in the forests of Värmland. The simple design, coated in rough wood, allows the old and modern style to combine. The design of the interior also surprises when you become aware of the historical value it contains.

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Bornstein Lyckefors Architects architectural practice has transformed a school building in the deep forests of Värmland, in Sweden, into a 2000-sqm public museum, recalling the “slash and burn” style of farming grain. An outer skin was crafted, in the form of a wooden palisade. The classrooms were converted into new spaces for permanent and temporary exhibitions. The Torsby Finnskogscentrum is a space that is now used to tell the stories of Finnish farmers, who long ago settled in the forests of Värmland. The simple design, coated in rough wood, allows the old and modern style to combine. The design of the interior also surprises when you become aware of the historical value it contains.

 

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