Britt-Louise Sundell


Britt-Louise Sundell (1928-2011) was a Swedish ceramist, draughtsman, and designer, whose education at Konstfack in Stockholm (1950-1954) laid the groundwork for her illustrious career. Her tenure at Gustavsbergs Porcelain Factory was marked by the creation of numerous distinguished crockery sets and unique stoneware pieces. She also ventured into plastic designs and collaborations with Målerås Glasbruk. Sundell's versatility and creativity extended to public commissions, notably including the design for Mariatorget metro station in Stockholm. Her contributions to Scandinavian design have been recognized and preserved in major collections, including the National Museum in Stockholm and museums in Trondheim and Vienna.