Antonio Cobaleda Cordero

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Antonio is an Industrial Design Engineer from Spain, with a strong interest on product design and development as well as on the user experience that they provide. His research focuses on the relationships between the design of office landscapes (e.g. spatial features, layout, functions, artefacts and environmental conditions) and employee wellbeing.

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Showing 4 publications

2019

Feel well and do well at work: A post-relocation study on the relationships between employee well-being and office landscape

Antonio Cobaleda Cordero, Maral Babapour Chafi, Marianne Karlsson
Journal of Corporate Real Estate
Journal article
2017

Smart and Sustainable Offices (SSO). Showcasing a holistic approach to realise the next generation offices

Antonio Cobaleda Cordero, Ulrike Rahe, Holger Wallbaum et al
Informes de la Construccion. Vol. 69 (548), p. 1-10
Journal article

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Showing 2 research projects

2016–2018

Smart Sustainable Offices - a real "working lab" as a demonstrator for future office working environment at Johanneberg Science Park stage 2

Ulrike Rahe Design and Human Factors
Antonio Cobaleda Cordero Design and Human Factors
Formas

2014–2019

Climate-KIC Building Technologies Accelerator – Smart Sustainable Offices (SSO)

Holger Wallbaum Building Technology
Ulrike Rahe Design and Human Factors
Quan Jin Building Technology
Antonio Cobaleda Cordero Product Development
Melina Forooraghi Building Technology
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

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