Old meets new in stunning Vrångsholmen

Well hello! I have to confess I feel a little worse for wear today (totally self-induced of course!). In fact, I could totally see myself rocking about in this beautiful space - with it's lowered lighting, and soothing, dark, earthy tones right now. The striking images are the result of a shoot by (the a-ma-zing Gothenburg store Artilleriet, using Vrångsholmen as a backdrop. Vrångsholmen was originally built to save children from the dangers of city life by providing a safe rural haven, these days it's run by artists, artisans, musicians, dancers and architects who use the space for artistic productions, rehearsals, courses and educational activities.

Photography courtesy of Artilleriet with thanks.

I love the peeling paint and scuffed floors, there's something almost poetic about the space.

That ghost sofa totally has my name on it! 

Is there anything that stands out to you?

See more pictures and find out about all the items featured here! And while you're there - I can totally recommended browsing the Artilleriet Christmas decoration- *sigh*!

Have a lovely day! 

PS how wonderful would be to attend a course or workshop in Vrångsholmen? I'm keeping an eye out now.... will keep you updated if I spot anything!


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