Thomas Sandell is one of the best-known architects in Sweden.
Since opening his own office, sandellsandberg, he has taken an interdisciplinary approach to his work under the motto that everything communicates.
He is the internationally acclaimed designer of furniture. He is the interior designer whose lively restaurants have spawned a school of followers. He is the radical architect who provoked the ire of an entire nation. He is the urban planner who borrows elements from the Swedish countryside and resolves the social problems of our solitude.
“The force of his influence has been underrated: he has elevated popular taste throughout Europe,” writes Kieran Long in one of this book’s essays.