The Liljevalchs Konsthall is an art gallery located on the Djurgården island in Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by architect Carl Bergsten (1879–1935) and had a modern concrete extension. The architects for the new part were Jan Asplund, Ragnar Östberg, and Herman Engström.
The extension has been built with round glasses that are reminiscent of the bottom of the kind of bottle bottoms that stand on a small garland of round glass dots. In the facade, these small dots catch the light and send it on in different directions, so that the building sparkles a little. During the day, there is working a cafe, a restaurant, and an amazing shop.