Exhibition module

This exhibition module has been designed to function as a flexible, cost effective and reusable exhibition structure to SI’s toolkits, but can also be used for other materials that embassies and consulates themselves produce.

The module can be used both as a simple screen and as room-creating object, depending on how many modules are used and how they are combined. The basic module construction is simple and is built up of wooden studs. It is adaptable to display images, photographs and text signs, and by using recessed boards inside the module it can also hold objects, screens and iPads. The module is available in several different versions, both standing and lying down in the form of a bench, stool or raised bench.

Instructions and manuals

The basic module consists of 40×40 mm wooden studs of for example pine. It can be dismantled for easier storage and transport to the various exhibition sites.

It is possible to discuss the use of local materials in consultation with the Swedish Institute.

Manual for constructing the modules coming soon, please contact SI for information!

You will likely need 6-7 modules to fit one of the available exhibitions below.

Building blocks

Available exhibition content

Sverige A-Ö

Swedish Fashion & Design Stories

The makings of Swedish freedom of the press

Swedish Dads

Where Children Grow

Swedish Crime Scenes

Gender Equality – we’ve come a long way, haven’t we? (coming soon)

Portraits of Migration (coming soon)

Inspirational stories

Swedish Fashion Stories pop up at Fashion Week Stockholm

Financial support

Swedish embassies and consulates may apply for financial support of maximum 15,000 SEK for production of the module. Application is done by filling out the application form.  Budget is limited and financial support may not be available at the end of the year.

After completed event, fill out the evaluation form for toolkits.

Individuals or organisations who would like to show the exhibit should contact the Swedish embassy or consulate in your area.

Contact at the Swedish Institute

For more information please contact Karin Kärr.