Laura Wagner, "Call A Random Swede? We Tried It Out," NPR News (7 April 2016). The Swedish Number project was launched to connect people from different countries and foster a curiosity about Sweden. Jillian Kumagai writes about it for The Atlantic (13 April 2016), http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/04/swedish-number-migration/478122/?utm_source=SFFB.
Paula von Wachenfledt and Klas Nyberg,"The Swedish Desire – Centuries of Luxury Consumption," (2015). As in most Western societies, Sweden has been an interesting arena for all kind of luxury parades and consumption and, not least, resistance. This book illustrates different historical examples of luxury use, human desire and bitterness.
Drottningholm bathhouse is the royal family's private bathhouse in Lake Malaren at Drottningholm Palace on Lovön, Stockholm County. The bath house was built in 1792 on the Duke Karl (later Karl XIII ) mission, designed by CC Gjörwell.