Jonas Wagell (1973-) is a Swedish architect and designer who is internationally active through his studio JWDA, founded in 2008 in Stockholm. The project of the Mini House, a small prefabricated house with a patio, dates back to the same year, which gives him a certain international notoriety and allows him to be included in the list of the 50 most interesting young architects selected by Wallpaper magazine. In the following years his activity shifted more and more to product design, especially in the field of furniture, where he is characterized by a soft and clean style. He has worked mainly with Scandinavian and British companies, such as the Swedish Mitab and David Design, the British L. Ercolani and the Danish Menu, Wendelbo and Normann Copenhagen. However, his greatest success so far has come with an Italian company: it is the iconic Julep sofa, which has now become a real ideal archetype of the semi-round sofa, produced by the Tacchini company.