Built in: 1898
Client: CA Richter
Ribersborg open-air bath (Ribersborgs kallbadhus in Swedish) is an open-air public bath on the Ribersborg beach in Malmö, Sweden. The bath was inaugurated in June 1898 and was an initiative by manufacturer C.A. Richter. The bath has been reconstructed several times over the years and parts of the building have recently been restored by architect Bengt Jacobson to the appearance of the year 1902. The lightweight open wood structure with horizontal panel has been given a design that is significant of Swedish spa architecture.
The bathhouse is open for a skinny dip all around the year with separate areas for men and women. The Ribersborg open-air bath is owned by the city of Malmö since 1966 and became a listed building in 1995.