Where the trees end and the marsh takes over
Forest covers 75% of Småland and has historically provided the main source of income. Crops could not survive in the wet marshlands so instead, inhabitants turned to the forest to equip them with homes, furniture, and fuel. Naturum Store Mosse is hidden from the main road within the forest fringes. An elevated footbridge zigzags through the trees, leading to a cabin structure immersed within the trees. The visitor centre shares a language with the traditional A-frame timber barn however, the south-facing wall has been left semi-enclosed. Adjustable louvres allow light to stream in during the day, and to spill out from the interior at night.