The Hallwyl Museum - 1st Floor State Rooms
The Hallwyl House, once home to the wealthy couple Wilhelmina and Walther von Hallwyl, is situated in the center of Stockholm, Sweden. It was built as a representative winter home, as well as an office for the family business and a suitable surrounding for Wilhelmina von Hallwyl’s extensive collections of art and antiques. The architect was Isac Gustaf Clason who also made the designs for the Nordic Museum and other well known buildings in the Swedish capital.
The first floor state rooms are built in historicizing styles, each room representing a different era. Most furniture is antique and part of Wilhelmina von Hallwyl’s collections.
All ten rooms of the first floor have been 3D-scanned using photogrammetry.
Please have a look around the Hallwyl Museum – where the 19th century never ended!
The museums website: hallwylskamuseet.se/...