Shea Hagy

Projektledare at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Technology

Shea Hagy is the Project Manager for the HSB Living Lab at Chalmers, an experimental research facility for the testing of sustainable technologies and living practices. The HSB LL will be built on the Chalmers campus in collaboration with HSB, one of Sweden’s largest housing cooperatives. The facility will house approximately 20-30 students. The HSB Living Lab is also part of a larger EU-funded project called the Climate-KIC Building Technology Accelerator Flagship where Shea works within the ’Next Generation Building Envelope Systems’ research group.




Mycelium Acoustics

Anita Ollár Architectural theory and methods
Jens Forssén Applied Acoustics
Shea Hagy Building Technology
Christian Marx Building Technology
HSB Living Lab


Renew school

Holger Wallbaum Building Technology
Shea Hagy Building Technology
European Commission (EC)

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Room for change: Impact of building-level innovations to facilitate product reuse among residents

Isabel Ordonez Pizarro, Shea Hagy, Frida Bard et al
Paper in proceedings

The HSB Living Lab harmonization cube

Angela Sasic Kalagasidis, Shea Hagy, Christian Marx
Informes de la Construccion. Vol. 69 (548), p. 224-
Journal article

Co-creation in living labs

Shea Hagy, Greg Morrison, P. Elfstrand
Living Labs: Design and Assessment of Sustainable Living, p. 169-178
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed


Shea Hagy, Peter Selberg, Larry Toups et al
Living Labs Design and Assessment of Sustainable Living. Keyson, David V., Guerra-Santin, David V. and Dan Lockton (Eds.)., p. 103-111
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed

The Storyline for the design process that shaped the HSB living lab

P. Elfstrand, Greg Morrison, Larry Toups et al
Living Labs: Design and Assessment of Sustainable Living; Keyson, D.V., Guerra-Santin, O., Lockton, D. (Eds.), p. 113-129
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed

Hygrothermal Design of a Prefabricated Wooden Facade Module for School Building Renovation in Sweden

Yutaka Goto, Shea Hagy, Holger Wallbaum
Paper in proceedings

A living lab co-creation environment exemplifying Factor 10 improvements in a city district

Leonardo Rosado, Shea Hagy, Yuliya Kalmykova et al
Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal. Vol. 8 (2), p. 171-185
Journal article