Tekniska Museet
100 Innovations - Tekniska museet

An exhibition at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm, 2012 – 2018



Ingress för att beskriva innovationen


Architectural plan for a church in Panthemon cloister in France. The plan was published in Diderot & d’Alembert; Encyclopèdie des Science, des Arts et des Métiers in 1751. Photo: Anna Gerdén.


Globen, a Stockholm landmark, is one of the largest hemispherical buildings in the world. Photo: Bengt Ohlson.

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In the Mediterranean area there are ruins of buildings from around 6000 BC. The basic form of a building was already created in Ancient Greece and in the arches of the Roman Empire.

Stone, brick and wood were the most common building materials in medieval Europe. In the 1800s more and more people moved to towns where they built factories and blocks of flats. At the end of the 1800s skeleton construction technology and the lift contributed to the building of skyscrapers. The 1900s were marked by large scale but simple buildings.

Since the 1990s, computers have created advanced forms of construction. But the real challenge for the future is to construct environmentally friendly and energy saving buildings.

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