Josef Frank was an Austrian born architect/artist/designer who emigrated to Sweden in the 1930's to escape the growing anti Jewish sentiment in his country. In Sweden he is most well known for his textiles, design, wallpaper and furniture... especially his successful collaboration with the famous design store Svenskt Tenn (a must visit in itself for anyone with design interests coming to Stockholm) where you can still see and purchase his textiles and furniture. Location of Svenskt Tenn.
Carl Milles and his wife Olga (and artist in her own right). Many of his sculptures and statues can be seen around Stockholm as well as in many parts of the world, including the USA. At Millesgården you can visit Milles' home, studio as well as the beautiful garden filled with his statues.
Millesgården is located just outside of central Stockholm on the island of Lidingö. To get there from the Rival Hotel, take the subway (red line) to Ropsten. From there you switch to a tram (Lidingöbanan) and take it one station to Torsvik. From Torsvik it is a ten minute walk to Millesgården. Just follow the signs... but beware it is an uphill walk. There are other options with a bus from Ropsten that takes you closer to the museum. Click here for more information.