Gustavsberg, formerly spelled Gustafsberg, is a town center and central location in Värmdö municipality, 22 kilometers east of central Stockholm. Of Värmdö municipality’s approximately 40,000 inhabitants (2013), more than 11,000 inhabit Gustavsberg. Gustavsberg lies furthest into Farstaviken, on the eastern part of Värmdön, adjacent to the west towards Ormingland. In connection with the larger expansion of Gustavsberg in the 1960s, Gustavsberg’s water tower was built in 1963-1964.
The round house was built in the 1950s as a municipal house and now houses the municipal library. As the name suggests, it’s all around and has an appearance resembling a lemon press. In Gustavsberg’s center is the municipal bathhouse Gustavsbergsbadet. In Gustavsberg more than 100 years ago, a unique art history and porcelain production began. A large part of the culture is still there, and the wings of history are reminiscent of both here and there. There are tourists from all corners of the globe to get a glimpse of the environment that Stig Lindberg, Lisa Larson, Wilhelm Kåge, Karin Björkquist and Tyra Lundgren worked in. There are buildings left from the time the place lived as one of Sweden’s most important types of use