Dear visitor

On the map you see the many different museums that (Re)-learning the Archive is working with to build new design historical pathways. Via this map you will be able to follow how we stich a multitude of places, stories and perspectives together in order to create a kaleidoscopic design history. The map will indicate where these interesting places and museums are. In the Swedish version we have digital papers, “one page histories”, from these places and museums.

This website functions as an archive. In (Re-)learning the Archive we don’t collect quiet objects, but rather collaborations with places, people and organisations. We are in the process of translating this so it will be accessible for you too. In the meantime, if you want to have more information about any of the places and museums on the map you are more than welcome to contact us on:

Warm wishes,
(Re-)learning the archive


(Re-)learning the Archive

is a three-year long development project run by Designarkivet in Pukeberg with support from the Swedish Arts Council and Region Kalmar län (Kalmar County Council).

Christina Zetterlund
Project Manager

Maija Zetterlund
Project Coordinator  

In collaboration with

Virserums konsthall
Linnaeus University
Kalmar Konstmuseum

Designer in residence:
Evelina Mohei
Design and webb:
Mika Kastner Johnson

With support from 

Region kalmar läns logotyp
Kulturrådets logotyp