Inspired by his mechanical engineer grandad and his artist mother in equal measure, Pål Ross grew up convinced that there was a better way to do just about everything. He went on to become one of Sweden’s most celebrated architects, proving that houses can be anything but square. “LEGO was different back then. I don’t think you got kits with instructions; it was half a kilo of LEGO and you made what you wanted. It was a fantastic universe of thousands of pieces and I built spaceships and cranes and entire little towns,” says Pål Ross. Looking back, he describes a creative child to whom there was no such thing as an mpossibility.