Thomas Bossel is characterized by his unique drive, sense of humor and an always positive mindset. He has a “can-do” attitude. Besides working at his own studio, PAX architects, he also works as an artist.
Since his graduation from Aarhus School of Architecture in 2011, Thomas worked at Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects for 7 years, where he was promoted as Senior Associate and nominated as Next generation Design Leader.
2020 has in many ways been a year of challenges around the world, but also a year full of new potential. That has led to the start of PAX architects, a small studio focusing on simple concepts that plays with materiality, light and experiences – architecture should be experienced with your senses.
Throughout his life art and architecture has played a big role. Drawing was a big force from his early childhood, which became his passion that undoubtedly has brought him into the world of architecture.
“A collage is just as personal as your own signature. Not only composition and style, but also the media source – where and how does the author pic or make its content? What I find extremely interesting about collage is that the source can be taken from various medias. They can be of different age, different style, different scale, or even “homemade”, is it all “homemade” or from other authors’ hands? The balance in these considerations are very independent, and makes this theme so unique and fascinating.”