Anita Ollár

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Architectural theory and methods, Research - Architectural Theory and Method

Anita works within the project Circular Kitchen (CIK) and under the platform for the Center for Residential Architecture (CBA) at Chalmers, ACE. She focuses on user behaviour patterns encircling kitchens and material flows to inform design solutions that will enable circular kitchen systems. Anita holds a BSc degree in Architectural Engineering (2012) and an MSc degree in Architecture (2015) with a special focus on sustainability. Anita has been working at Chalmers as a project and research assistant between 2015 and 2017. During this period, she was involved in teaching and in various research projects (Nordic Built-STED; Architecture, material flows and climate impact in dwellings; New tools for a sustainable design process), and was the project leader of the Mycelium Acoustics project at HSB Living Lab.

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2018

Design tools for a sustainable design process - the view of practicing architects

Liane Thuvander, Paula Femenias, Anita Ollár
Emerging architectures. The changing shape of architectural practices (Editor: Walter Unterrainer), p. 28-30
Book chapter

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2018–2021

The circular kitchen

Paula Femenias Building Design
Ulrike Rahe Architecture and Civil Engineering
Giliam Dokter Architectural theory and methods
Anita Ollár Architecture and Civil Engineering
Sofie Andersson Architectural theory and methods
Climate-CIK

2016–2017

Mycelium Acoustics

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

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