Maria-Klara Gonzalez: The couple both have studios at the front of the apartment — she for her illustration business, he for his theater company. The house is "quite eclectic," Maria-Klara explains. "I studied architecture in the heydey of minimalism, but at the same time I love color, little things, and textiles. I wanted the flat to be white so it could serve as a canvas for all kinds of delightful nonsense. I owe a lot to a tradition of style in my family, starting with my great-grandfather and also the fact that I grew up in Sweden. There has always been a love for beautiful things and textiles paired with lots of imagination and do-it-yourself spirit surrounding me."
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Maria-Klara Gonzalez: The couple both have studios at the front of the apartment — she for her illustration business, he for his theater company. The house is "quite eclectic," Maria-Klara explains. "I studied architecture in the heydey of minimalism, but at the same time I love color, little things, and textiles. I wanted the flat to be white so it could serve as a canvas for all kinds of delightful nonsense. I owe a lot to a tradition of style in my family, starting with my great-grandfather and also the fact that I grew up in Sweden. There has always been a love for beautiful things and textiles paired with lots of imagination and do-it-yourself spirit surrounding me."