Roberta Sandenbergh is an American architect who was born in Brooklyn but spent most of her professional life in South Africa. She specialized in residential design: one of her projects, a small-space retirement home, won the annual Johannesburg Civic Design Award; two of her houses were featured in Garden & Home and Habitat. Sandenbergh has written many illustrated columns on space-saving ideas that have appeared in SA City Life and Home Handyman magazines as well as the Johannesburg Star, Washington Post, and San Francisco Chronicle newspapers. She resides in New York, New York.
"The book is brilliant. So user-friendly, and the ideas are
accessible to anyone with small spaces. Everything makes so much
sense. It's perfect for a first-time home owner as well as the
experienced architect or designer. The best book on small spaces
that I have ever seen!" -Sharon Sager, Sager and Associates
"Very impressive! Thorough, nicely illustrated, and especially timely in this era of expensive real estate. A how-to manual, personal history, and idea book for urban survival!" -Richard Dattner, Dattner Architects