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School of Architecture and the Built Environment

The School of Architecture and the Built Environment is one of five schools at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Our research and educational programmes relates to the future of our society; how cities, buildings and infrastructure will be designed and built, how institutions and regulatory systems should be developed to produce a good living environment, and how to provide good development conditions for business.

The School of Architecture and the Built Environment is comprised of six departments and seven centres for advanced research.

Members of the Guinea-Bissau and KTH collaboration.
Edinilson da Silva, UN Habitat in Bissau. Erika Svensson Rössner, KTH’s International Relations Office. Teres Selberg is lecturer in Architecture KTH. Luís Colaço, Lusófona University in Bissau. Isa Bergh Lopes da Costa, lecturer in Sustainable Urban Planning at Lusófona University and UNDP. Photo: Hanna Kalla

Collaboration with Guinea-Bissau University Aims to Broaden Students' Perspectives

A collaboration to broaden the context that architecture students work in and for an exchange of knowledge that intends to start an architectural educ...

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The pandemic made her join the circus

The pandemic made her join the circus</b></span> Like many others, <b>Luigia Brandimarte</b> was forced to teach online when the pandemic struck. Bei...

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Per Wikman Svahn undersöker risker och däribland hur vi kan anpassa samhället till de stigande havsnivåerna. (Foto: Hanna Kalla)

He examines adaptations in society to climate change during times of deep uncertainty

Per Wikman Svahn is a researcher at the Division of Philosophy and examines, among other things, decision-making strategies during times of deep uncer...

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