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School of Architecture and the Built Environment

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.

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



Civil and Architectural Engineering

Philosophy and History

Real Estate and Construction Management

Sustainable Development, Environmental Science and Engineering (SEED)

Urban Planning and Environment

A wooden bridge over water
Bifrost wooden bridge in Uddebo, Tranemo municipality

From idea to implemented bridge concept in public space

In Norse mythology, Bifrost is a bridge or rainbow that leads from Midgård, where humans live, up to heaven, where the gods reside. Today, it is the name of an innovative, implemented bridge concept w...

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Studio DKV exhibition
The Studio DKV 67 exhibition opened on 23 May.

Architecture students turn abandoned building into a public social space

KTH Studio DKV has transformed an abandoned building on Drottning Kristinas väg 67 into an architectural testbed for new ethics.

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Sverker Sörlin

Citizens' Assembly on Climate presents its results

Sweden's first Citizens' Assembly on Climate, initiated by Fairtrans, a multidisciplinary research programme funded by Mistra, has completed its work. Sverker Sörlin, Professor of Environmental Histor...

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Last changed: Mar 07, 2024