Britt-Louise Sundell (1928-2011)
Born in Västerås, a provincial city in midwestern Sweden. His father was a craftsman who worked in cast iron. After studying at Konstfack Academy of Fine Arts, the country's highest school of art, he became an apprentice to the sculptor Edgar Bockmann and learned about ceramics. From 1954 to 1984 , he worked at Gustavsberg, where he designed ceramics and glass products in the company's art department, producing artwork that set it apart from mass production lines. When a subway was built in Stockholm, the capital, her work was installed inside the station, and at Mariatorget Station you can see her designed wall with an iron lattice motif.