The library's exhibitions aim to inform, inspire reflection and contribute to dialogue. We want to give visitors the opportunity to learn more about KTH and to give students and researchers at KTH the possibility to show and inform others about current research, student projects, ideas, prototypes and products.

Arkitektoniska modeller från utställningen Välfärdselement.


Welfare Panels

What were the ideas behind Sweden’s extensive Million Program areas, and what kind of housing policy is required today for the suburbs of the future? A new exhibition by Erik Stenberg and Helena Westerlind is in the Main Library now (the information material is in Swedish).

The Braitenberg Nose - a robotic nose that can smell


The Braitenberg Nose

The Braitenberg Nose is a robotic nose that can smell and give different responses based on the type of the smell. Come and play with it, you can even try your own smell and see how the nose will react.


Interactive Event Map

The interactive event map gives event organizers a novel way to promote their events in public spaces. Users physically interact with the installation to receive information about events that are occurring at different venues in the city. 

Ett mobilt konstgalleri sett uppifrån.


A mobile art gallery

This project aims to find a way to make art more accessible to more people with small architectural interventions. A prototype for a mobile art gallery has been built as a testing device to explore new ways of displaying art.

Are you interested in having an exhibition in the library?

Are you a researcher or student at KTH and interested in having an exhibition at KTH Library? Or do you know of someone that you would like us to invite? Please contact us with a brief description of your idea.

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Future exhibitions

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