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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

Park with people on a picnic
Having access to the nature you need becomes a question of justice when many people have to share a few areas. The picture shows Vitabergsparken, Södermalm, Stockholm (Photo: iStock).

Healthy greenery – a matter of justice

Access to green space is important for both mental and physical well-being. But is it equally available to everyone? Sara Borgström, KTH, together with colleagues at Stockholm University and the Unive...

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Vision picture Hammarby Kanal, Luma (Picture: Stockholm Region)

KTH and Region Stockholm focus on collaboration and knowledge exchange

Daniel Jonsson, researcher at the Department of Urban Planning and Environment, has been appointed to continue as Partner Director for Region Stockholm. He shares his views on the role and its importa...

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Photo: iStock

KTH and the City of Stockholm strengthen their collaboration

Tina Karrbom Gustavsson, professor at the Department of Real Estate and Construction Management, has just been appointed as the new Partner Director for KTH's strategic partnership with the City of St...

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Last changed: Mar 07, 2024