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.
Newly started policy lab: KTH assists municipalities with climate adaptation under deep uncertainty
Flooding, drought, and water scarcity – how can Swedish municipalities manage risks and uncertainties associated with a changing climate? In a newly launched project – Robust Climate Adaptation Gävleb...Read the article
Researchers: Gaps in lighting technology challenges cities' wildlife
Urban environments are growing steadily, and the present approach to designing lighting for outdoor spaces after dark has evolved by putting human needs and interests first. But for urban planning to ...Read the article
New research film highlights the environmental crisis from a post-colonial perspective
On 14 November, visitors got a sneak premiere of the film "The Lindeka: When a Book Ate a City" at Accelerator, Stockholms Universty —addressing the environmental crisis through the active remains of ...Read the article
- KTH and the City of Stockholm strengthen their collaboration
22 Feb 2024
- How all of Europe can get green electricity
14 Feb 2024
- Newly started policy lab: KTH assists municipalities with climate adaptation under deep uncertainty
1 Feb 2024
- Excuses we make for harming the climate
30 Jan 2024
- Researchers: Gaps in lighting technology challenges cities' wildlife
20 Dec 2023
Tuesday 2024-03-12, 13:00
Location: B3, Brinellvägen 23, Stockholm
Video link: https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/61107600823
Doctoral student: Saima Yaqoob , Byggvetenskap, Concrete Structures2024-03-12T13:00:00.000+01:00 2024-03-12T13:00:00.000+01:00 Concrete pavements’ repair techniques and numerical assessment of dowel bar load transfer efficiency (Licentiate seminars) B3, Brinellvägen 23, Stockholm (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)Concrete pavements’ repair techniques and numerical assessment of dowel bar load transfer efficiency (Licentiate seminars)