A& E Design
This exhibition is based on the donation of handmade models and prototypes that Nationalmuseum received in 2015 from the Swedish design company A&E Design.
Tom Ahlström and Hans Ehrich founded A&E Design in 1968, and have since designed a wide range of ergonomic everyday objects for Swedish and international clients. For example, the 1230 dish brush, designed for Jordan, has sold 67 million copies. The M80 queue ticket dispenser, designed for Turn-O-Matic, can be found in most supermarkets.
The exhibition features prototypes, sketches, drawings, and finished products from the well-known design firm's diverse production archive.
- Standard admission: 150 kr
- Concessions (seniors and students): 120 kr
- Free admission for visitors under 20
- Free admission for members of the Friends of Nationalmuseum
- Free admission, others: ICOM, SMI, employees at the Central Museums and at The Swedish Department of Culture , the press, personal assistants and teachers with a group of pupils. Evidence entitling to free admission must be displayed.
The ticket is also valid for the John Singer Sargent exhibition.
Purchase your ticket in advance=dedicated entrance
For dedicated entrance to the museum, purchase your ticket in advance. Show the ticket to the host or guard on site.
There is a limited amount of ticktes for each time slot.
Any remaining tickets are sold on site at the museum. Payment by creditcards only.
Two for the price of one
Bring a friend to the exhibition. All afternoons, from 15:00, you can purchase two exhibition tickets for the price of one. This offer is valid until January 2013, 2019 and exclusively when purchasing tickets on site at the museum.
Repurchases and rebookings
Nationalmuseum does not repurchase exhibition tickets. Tickets can be rebooked, to a new date or time slot, via our booking system on the website.