Wooden facade

Aircraft hangar at Bulltofta

The building’s lunette shape was typical for hangar construction of the time, and the arched roof is supported by huge glulam beams, made in Töreboda, Sweden. Similar buildings existed throughout Europe, but during World War II, they were primary enemy targets. Today, wooden arched hangars are rare pieces of history, and must be preserved. Preserving these structures requires maintenance, and genuine linseed oil paint is used.