KTH Live-In Lab nominated to Stora Inneklimatpriset 202313 Feb 2023
KTH Live-In Lab is recognised for its efforts to promote indoor climate technology and energy-efficient solutions in the built environment.
Boverkesdagarna 2022 – how we build the society of the future6 Dec 2022
The Director of KTH Live-In Lab, Jonas Anund Vogel, participated in a panel discussion at Boverksdagarna 2022, 17–18 November. The conversation focused on how new building regulations and roles can pr...
Open Days at KTH Live-In Lab24 Oct 2022
Anyone who is curious about KTH Live-In Lab is welcome on our open days, one Tuesday a month. It will be an opportunity to meet and discuss new projects and learn more about the infrastructure.
Six tons of batteries in experimental student residence12 Oct 2022
A large group of batteries has been installed for a research project in KTH Live-In Lab, an experimental student residence where KTH, Northvolt and Einar Mattsson conduct research together. They’re te...
Co-living for students creates social belonging16 Sep 2022
Researchers Sara Ilstedt and Martin Sjöman, both from KTH, are authors of a paper about Co-Kitchen, presented at the Design Research Society conference this summer.
New study from KTH Live-In Lab in the journal Energy Proceedings16 Sep 2022
A new study describes KTH Live-In Lab's vision and technical functions, and how the testbeds can contribute to speed up the pace of innovation in the construction sector.
Annual report 202129 Jun 2022
2021 was a year of collaboration and progess for KTH Live In Lab, including new projects, many outreach activities and a new centre partner. Read more in our annual report.
Survey: Living Lab Engagement17 Jun 2022
A survey is currently being conducted in order to explore the engagement model for Living Labs in the EU. The survey is being conducted by Elena Malakhatka, PHD candidate at KTH Live-In Lab, together ...