HUSEBY BRUK CREATES KNOWLEDGE CENTRE
WITH FOCUS ON FOREST, WOOD AND WATER.

Miss Stephens donated Huseby to the Swedish state and in her will she expressed the wish that Huseby Miss Stephens donated Huseby to the Swedish state and in her will she expressed the wish that Huseby remain a model for Swedish forestry. The creation of a knowledge centre, a meeting place for children, young people, adults, industry, academia and the public sector is part of fulfilling this wish and living up to her last wish. We want to arouse curiosity and broaden knowledge and understanding of the importance of forests, wood and water for sustainable development and that the visit stimulates further dialogue.

We do this by using interactive and knowledge-building exhibitions, in-depth educational activities, digital visualisations, analogue forest and water experiences.
We are neutral in our views in order to create a wide range of discussions on important issues for the future.

We want to make research visible in a visual and unique way.

The project is called:
NYFIKEN PÅ:

Our first three researchers are:

• Medical residues in the water - Ola Svahn, Högskolan i Kristanstad
• Cross-glued wood - Michael Dorn, Linnéuniversitetet
• The expansive tree - Martin Bader, Linnéuniversitetet

Design: Transpond AB


Huseby is strategically located next to the Åsnen National Park, with its unique inland archipelago and pristine islands, shimmering beech forests, marshlands and coniferous forests. Therefore, the location is perfect for this knowledge centre.