Cajsa Carlson is deputy editor of Dezeen.
She was previously the architecture and design editor at Culture Trip and has worked for publications including Cool Hunting and Design Week. Cajsa was also editor of Houzz Sweden.
She is originally from Malmö, Sweden, and has a degree in media and modern literature from Goldsmiths, University of London.
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