“Learning happens in the course of the experiment itself”
Esther Duflo, The economist as a plumber, 2017
Testbeds for increased innovation in the construction and real estate sector
The platform of testbeds are designed with flexibility and adaptability in mind. It is designed so as to be able to incorporate almost any product or service imaginable, and together with other solutions make one integrated real-life trial system.
How do we win the game – by complex rules or by enjoying it?
The more technically complex buildings become, the more new forms of collaboration and trust are needed to dare to invest money and time. The rules need to be flexible enough to enable freedom of movement and enjoyment.
Podcast with Jonas Anund Vogel and Leendert Verhoef. In this episode we hear Living Lab expert Michael Bossert from Concordia University talk about how to create an environment where everyone can engage in learning, co-creation and innovative solutions for the small and big challenges of our time.
A collaborative project between Chalmers, KTH, Lund University and Umeå University. The project aims to support the construction sector in designing and maintaining sustainable buildings with a healthy and good indoor environment.
The project focuses on new solutions for the sustainable student housing of the future. The vision is to develop a collective living (co living) that is at the forefront in terms of social, economic and ecological sustainability.