Swedish Ceramics Center and Food Hall
Historical ceramics production photos with kiln/showroom in the background
The Höganäs Saluhall - Art Galleries, Deli, and Buffet
I hitched a ride with a friendly and generous English couple who had come to Sweden by ferry with their car. Only a 15 or 20 minute drive from Mölle, Höganäs is a prominent ceramics center in Sweden, as well an industrial town. The Saluhall is a former kiln building that has been converted to ceramics, design and food shopping as well as a restaurant. The large cylindrical kilns are now showrooms for ceramics and interior design products. The buffet lunch included two main dishes, soup and bread and several fresh salads. I have my friends to thank for my visit to Höganäs since my bus would have bypassed this fascinating site.
The top floor gives access to the kiln roofs, which are both attractive and utilitarian
Asian, African, and Scandinavian design elements
Did you see my other recent Scandinavian travel posts?
- Cattle on the Kulla and Hogs Downtown - Sweden
- Swedish Architecture
- Sailing in Southern Sweden
- Mölle Swedish Gem by the Sea
- Floating Maritime Museum in Gothenburg
- The Streets and Roofs of Gothenburg
- Viking Loot - Museum of Gothenburg
- Sweden's Second City with a Second Name
Norway & Svalbard
- A Fountain and Many Buildings in Oslo
- Oslo Photo Gallery Part 2
- Oslo Photo Gallery Part 1
- Risen Ships of the Norse - Oslo
- Winning the South Pole – Oslo
- Urban Iceberg - Oslo
- Svalbard - A Short Visit to Longyear Town
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I was traveling light. These images were taken with a small Samsung point-and-shoot camera or a smartphone!