Sofie Andersson

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

Sofie’s research concerns transitions towards future sustainable homes, with a main focus on circular economy and smart energy networks. Specifically, she is interested in exploring alternative design solutions and business models that can enable less resource intensive everyday lives of households, while also promoting their wellbeing. In the research project The Circular Kitchen, financed by EIT Climate-KIC, she investigates how to apply circular economy strategies in order to achieve a higher resource efficiency over the whole lifespan of the kitchen. In the research project FISMEP, funded by ERA-Net Smart Energy Systems, she focuses on the households’ roles and needs in smart energy systems and what requirements this place on technology and services connected to the home. Sofie holds a MSc in Industrial Design Engineering from Chalmers.

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2019

All Doors Lead to the Kitchen – Sustainability and Wellbeing Challenges in a Shared Centrepiece of Living

Sofie Andersson, Ulrike Rahe
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Vol. 876, p. 111-116
Paper in proceedings
2017

Accelerate innovation towards sustainable living: Exploring the potential of Living Labs in a recently completed case

Sofie Andersson, Ulrike Rahe
Journal of Design Research. Vol. 15 (3-4), p. 234-257
Journal article

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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

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