The apartment in the Blue Tower is the only one of Strindberg’s 24 homes in Stockholm that you can see today. Strindberg lived here between 1908 and 1912. The house at No 85 Drottninggatan was newly erected (1907), drawn by the architect’s office Hagström & Ekman, with all modern conveniences including central heating, water closets, and an elevator. The apartment had no kitchen though; Strindberg rented it from Falkner’s family hotel on the fifth floor and had his food sent down. But as the hotel closed down its business after a while, he had to get his meals from a nearby restaurant. Furniture and other objects were bought in the main between 1909 and 1910. This part of the museum is a reconstruction of Strindberg’s apartment; most of the furniture are original, wall paper and textiles are copies.